Service manual for the 2012 GL1800


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sthomas102
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Service manual for the 2012 GL1800

Postby sthomas102 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:15 am



When will there be a service maual for the 2012 GL1800



apopj@yahoo.com
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Re: Service manual for the 2012 GL1800

Postby apopj@yahoo.com » Wed Sep 21, 2011 9:10 pm

HI,
I talked to Clymer and they said they just came out with the update for the 2010 and doubt they will have a 2012 manual in the near future, whatever that means....
Heim said they are considering "working" on one
Honda said that their's should be out in a "couple of months"
Best course, for now, is to keep the forum informed of what we find out.. like how do you get the silver panels off to paint them? THink they make my 2012 look too "made in japan" like the old days....
Keep us posted...
By the way, let me know if you need help in in how to remove the meter cover.... simple

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Keyboard
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Re: Service manual for the 2012 GL1800

Postby Keyboard » Thu Sep 22, 2011 12:16 am

WOW! It took Clymer 2 years to produce the 2010 service manual! Why not just get the Honda service manual. Their's are available a lot sooner than that. The Honda 2012 manual will probably be available by October this year.
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2010 Gold Wing + 2004 Rune, 2011 R1200RT, & 2011 Road King Classic

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Re: Service manual for the 2012 GL1800

Postby themainviking » Sat Sep 24, 2011 6:54 am

Just keep checking on the Helm Inc. site. They will probably have the 2012 Manuals as quick or quicker than your local dealership, lol. Look here:

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http://www.helminc.com/helm/search_service_owner.asp?Style=helm&class%5F2=AHC


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