Information and questions on GL1800 Goldwings (2001-Present)
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- Joined: Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:59 pm
- Location: North Bay, Ontario, Canada
- Motorcycle: 2009 GL1800 AD
They sort of work for folks who are unsteady about holding up a thousand pound motorcycle. The tension on them has to be set right, and remember that it is possible to have the tow pack wheels on the road with the actual rear wheel of the bike not. This results in the bike not moving under its own power, LMAO.
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- Joined: Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:55 pm
- Location: eastern Tennessee
- Motorcycle: 2009 GL1800 HPNAM9
Do you have the Insta Trike or E-Trike kit on it??? I use a Insta Trike kit on mine from time to time... What specifically do you want to know??? I have had mine for about 3 years now and am quite satisified with it... If you want to have a private conversation send me a PM and I'll send you my e-mail address and/or phone number...
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- Joined: Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:25 am
- Location: Davenport, Iowa
- Motorcycle: Gl1500 Trike
I have the "Insta-Trike model. I've had both of my knees replaced and have had issues with them. I had to sell my Ultra Limited Harley because of it. Rather giving up riding altogether, I decided to buy a Goldwing with the Tow-Pac. My wife and I took a nice ride today and enjoyed the hell out of it. I had a 2011 Harley trike for a short time. Just didn't like the ride. So I really like the Tow-Pac. Steering about the same. You have to use your upper body strength in the corners. Just like the Harley.
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