Wanted: GL1000 final drive check bolt

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Wanted: GL1000 final drive check bolt

Post by swr1977 » Fri May 13, 2016 3:58 am

I have a 1978 GL1000 and the fluid check bolt on the final drive diff is striped (see pictures) anyone have a spare or can tell me where to find one!?

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Re: Wanted: GL1000 final drive check bolt

Post by keithg64 » Tue May 17, 2016 6:18 pm

Cycle max has them. I pretty sure they are all the same size but please check first.
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Re: Wanted: GL1000 final drive check bolt

Post by roadwanderer2 » Wed May 18, 2016 7:47 am

if im correct, here is the part #'s you will need if your wanting to get a new cap with the "O"ring that goes on it..........12361-300-000 and 93102-001-020 and they can be found at http://www.partzilla.com go onto partzilla and type the first part number into the search box and it will bring up a few listings. pick the first listing in the group and it will bring up a page of what your final drive looks like with all the parts to it.

please note. the new cap does NOT come with the rubber gasket. you have to order it and the cap unless your "O" ring is reusable which i wouldn't recommend reusing if your getting a new cap. actually you might be able to find the "O" ring at your local auto parts store. take the ring with you and see if you can match one up to it. might be cheaper that way, or order a new one along with the new cap.


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