Parting out 84 GL1200


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Doc H
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Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:24 am



I have a complete engine with carbs still attached. Mileage, shows 10,000+ on engine. Inside engine is clean.... exact mileage unknown has good compression. Plus a lot of misc parts.... all cost effective. I have all off wreaked bike we bought just to get the parts if someone needed parts. No plastic... all was destroyed in the crash. I have fork, rims, rear drive, fan, gas tank, rear air shocks and a lot of smalls. Radio, front rotors and intercom has been sold. You just need to ask. I am discounting to help others.... maybe I will get my investment back... because of the cost of shipping the parts will be reasonable. Thx, Doc



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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Chompper26 » Sun Nov 26, 2017 4:47 am

i am looking for a rear brake rotor for my 85 1200 limited. is the 84 and 85 rear rotors the same? if so and you still have the rear rotor how much?

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:12 am

Sorry the front and rear rotors have been sold.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Chompper26 » Sun Nov 26, 2017 6:45 pm

Bummer but thank you for the quick reply. Ill keep looking. Any chance you have some super secret squirrel parts guy that can get them cheap? Lol

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Mon Nov 27, 2017 4:29 pm

Chommper26.... LOL Yes I have a squirrel guy.... I sent an email to him.... Just waiting back to see. How about a set of forks.... an engine??? How about some wheels!!! Soon as I hear I will let you know.... Thx Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Chompper26 » Mon Nov 27, 2017 5:41 pm

I appreciate it. I used to have a guy but my grandpa retired. He owned a m/c shop in san diego for something like 65yrs. If i ever needed anything he either had it or...knew a guy lol. And this is my first touring bike and a honda. Im used to riding a Ducati sportbike but after way too many back injuries in the Army i just cant ride those anymore. So now im restoring a big touring couch on two wheels so i can keep riding.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:23 am

A men brother on the back injuries... That is why I ride a Wing... or not ride at all. Rode my son's HD home for him one day. It was nice and his set up makes it fast.... boy do I like fast!!! But I could not ride it everyday. Forward controls are painful for me. Mid peg works... not counting the air ride!!! With the wing my wife and I can still ride that way. I am working on your parts.... we got to get you up and riding.... oh and also Thank you for Serving we stand proud with you. Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Chompper26 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:54 am

I appreciate it. Im still riding the wing to and from work its only 8miles each way. The brakes work im just concerned the rotors are gettin a bit thin. And the tires have about had it. So since i gotta swap the tires i firgure why not have the rotors and pads all done at the same time since the wheels will be off the bike anyway. No reason to get charged for basically the same lobor twice ya know. And thank you for the appreciation. Here in tx i get that occasionally but in cali where my mom still lives someone finds out your a vet and its like you just ran over their dog.. on purpose... Twice... With a steamroller.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:47 pm

Chompper: Found you a front rotor. Private message me.... Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:06 pm

I also found a pair of front rotors still mounted on a wheel. This was from an 84 Asp. Just PM me. Thx Doc.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by uniquegwfreak » Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:07 pm

Hey Doc,

Newbie here. Collecting an 84 tomorrow. No fairing, no carbs. Non-runner.

Any chance you could PM and let me know how much you would like for the engine and carbs? Stupid question, until tomorrow, I have no idea what 84' model it is... hoping engine and carbs are the same across all models?

Thanks,
Ady.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:59 am

uniquegwfreak: Good morning.... well afternoon for you. Yes the engine and carbs from this bike will work for your "bag of bolts" coming in. Now this said.... I am in the States... I bet shipping would be very expensive for you to ship to the UK. I will contact a buddy there in England and see if he or some one there has what you need. Shipping out of county is risky.... first if it will get there... if so... will it be damaged. So lets back up a bit and see what is available there.... also check out Classic & Vintage Japanese Motorcycles Classifieds on FB. A lot of guys from the UK are on it.... it would be closer for you. Thanks Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by uniquegwfreak » Tue Dec 05, 2017 1:34 pm

Thanks Doc,

Much appreciated and yes agreed. re. Shipping. I should have thought to check your location.

Will check out the FB page.

Thanks again.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Chompper26 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 4:15 pm

Hey doc i got those rotors in from that guy you sent me to. Great condition and plenty of meat left on them. My current rotors have basically worn the grooves completely flat. These should work great. Thanks for the assist!

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Mon Dec 18, 2017 6:52 pm

Good for you Chommper. I knew Keith would take care of you!!! Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Afraziaaaa » Mon Feb 05, 2018 8:57 am

Hello, I'm interested in the fork tubes. Are they in good useable condition?

I have a project thread going here and I prefer to replace mine rather than try to repair them:
viewtopic.php?f=5&t=41252&p=250549#p250549

Thanks.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Mon Feb 05, 2018 9:22 am

Yes I have good ones. Still hold air. Still attached to Triple Tree. Thx Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:25 pm

Afraziaaaa: I replied to you PM. Take a moment to review... Thanks, Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by crazyrossfamily » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:11 am

Hey Doc, do you still have the rear shocks? I have an 85 interstate and am looking for a donor set. Let me know...

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Sat Feb 10, 2018 4:55 pm

Yes I believe I do!!!! They even hold air!!!!! Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by crazyrossfamily » Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:24 pm

I just sent you a PM Doc... Thanks.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:54 pm

Ross Family: I have responded to your PM. I show noting in my sent file. Are you getting the return response??? Doc

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by crazyrossfamily » Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:38 pm

Doc H wrote:
Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:54 pm
Ross Family: I have responded to your PM. I show noting in my sent file. Are you getting the return response??? Doc
Sorry Doc, never received anything. I did however, find a set here locally for a price I couldn't pass up, $45 for the pair :D So thanks anyway... Best of luck to you.

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Re: Parting out 84 GL1200

Post by Doc H » Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:35 pm

Hey... good for you. It's great when a plan comes together. Doc



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