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sheks
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ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:07 am



LOOKING TO BUY SET ARM RESTS 1980 GLI 1100.



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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Fri Oct 26, 2012 4:51 pm

did you find any of these? I have some off an 84 aspencade, not sure if they'd fit.
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sheks
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Sat Oct 27, 2012 1:57 am

:) thanks, i am interested!!! may be the guru"s would know WINGADIM or VIRGEL if any that can answer this , please do ?? may be you have a photo??

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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:10 am

I'll try and get some photos taken Monday as I have them at work, and post them.
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sheks
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Sun Oct 28, 2012 12:50 pm

thank you ,
do the arm rests fold down to allow the passenger to climb on??
what holds the arm rests in place after the passenger is seated?

sorry about these questions but the last ones i tried to fit ;; kept falling down :?
thanks again

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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Tue Oct 30, 2012 12:27 am

Ok, having a little problem attaching photos, I'll try one at a time.

These passenger arm rests attach to the existing brackets on a 84 GL1200 Aspencade but I'm not sure on other models.
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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Tue Oct 30, 2012 12:34 am

And the last photo...

The arm rests pivot out of the way for getting on and off, and the pivot friction is adjustable to prevent them from flopping down when undesired or from being to tight to move.
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sheks
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Tue Oct 30, 2012 4:22 pm

thanks photos great ,trying to find out if they fit??
price please,
brian :D

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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Tue Oct 30, 2012 11:56 pm

sheks wrote:thanks photos great ,trying to find out if they fit??
price please,
brian :D


they seem to be going for around $150 new on the internet, I'd be happy with $45 plus the cost of shipping, which if you really do live in tel Aviv could be prohibitive.
they bolt to a horizontal tube just under the seat on each side that runs back behind to hold the tail trunk in position.
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Wed Oct 31, 2012 12:11 am

live just out side tel aviv ,if you write on the package vintage motor cycle arm rests ,there should be no prpblem at the post office!! here in ISRAEL.
i have asked wing adim if there is any difference between the models.great price thanks!!
interested to know why you took them off?
brian

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Rosok
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Wed Oct 31, 2012 11:32 am

sheks wrote:live just out side tel aviv ,if you write on the package vintage motor cycle arm rests ,there should be no prpblem at the post office!! here in ISRAEL.
i have asked wing adim if there is any difference between the models.great price thanks!!
interested to know why you took them off?
brian



I recently purchased the goldwing and my wife tried out the arm rests, but she is quite short and said they just dont work for her, so off they came. same goes for the driver floor boards, i didnt like the way they put my feet, and didnt like the heel and toe shifter, so off they came, back to stock pegs.
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sheks
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby sheks » Wed Oct 31, 2012 12:10 pm

nothing like the pegs , cant get used to boards paddels are for boats!!!!!

i will be in tel aviv on the 4th november, planning on going to postal tax office to check out if its possible to import the arm rests, if alls ok i will glagly buy them, if you have a chance please find out the cost of postage ; i think they will fit into a usa postal large shoe box.
thanks brian

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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Wed Oct 31, 2012 5:41 pm

sheks wrote:nothing like the pegs , cant get used to boards paddels are for boats!!!!!

i will be in tel aviv on the 4th november, planning on going to postal tax office to check out if its possible to import the arm rests, if alls ok i will glagly buy them, if you have a chance please find out the cost of postage ; i think they will fit into a usa postal large shoe box.
thanks brian



I'll see what I can find out from the post office, though they may want a specific address /code to get an accurate amount.
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Re: ARM RESTS

Postby Rosok » Wed Nov 21, 2012 6:29 pm

sheks wrote:nothing like the pegs , cant get used to boards paddels are for boats!!!!!

i will be in tel aviv on the 4th november, planning on going to postal tax office to check out if its possible to import the arm rests, if alls ok i will glagly buy them, if you have a chance please find out the cost of postage ; i think they will fit into a usa postal large shoe box.
thanks brian


sorry for the delay Brian, I've sent you a pm a while back, but possibly you didnt get it, so this is a duplicate within the thread.

I got them into a pretty small box by disassembling them, and the price I get from the post office is $68canadian. Let me know how you want to proceed, thanks.
ps. hope there are no bombs being dropped around your area. things don't look too good over there right now.

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