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Joined: Sat Feb 13, 2010 6:17 pm
Location: tucson, az
Motorcycle: 1984 gl1200 goldwing
1982 cb900

Saying Hello

Post by rich2481 » Sat Feb 13, 2010 7:03 pm

from a 125 to a 350 to a Yahama 650 to a CB900 which I still have,, have just upgraded to a 1984 GL1200,, loving the bike on the first 400 miles,, but obviously the PO who bought is a year or so ago and had a " Goldwing guy" go through it and start it,, didnt know much about the bike since I have already found things, like him telling me the rear brake reservoir is on the left handle bar, ( hmmm then why is the clutch handle attached to it.)

anyhow, just saying hello and hopefully you guy can help me get her up to top notch condition.

Rich and Sandy

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Joined: Sun Nov 15, 2009 7:36 pm
Location: Council Bluffs Iowa
Motorcycle: 1964 Triumph Daytona
1970 Triumph Bonnie
1971 Triumph T120R
1980 GL 1100 Goldwing
1995 Honda Nighthawk

Re: Saying Hello

Post by meantrump2 » Sun Feb 14, 2010 8:26 am

Welcome, and congratulations on your new purchase. Anything you want to do with your Goldwing you can get good and accurate information on this site. Bunch of good people on here. You will find a terrific Technical section on here, so the knowledge is here for you. Keep us posted and ride safe.

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Re: Saying Hello

Post by detdrbuzzard » Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:38 pm

hello and welcome to GWD rich2481
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Location: Brockville Ontario
Motorcycle: 1976-GL 1000-
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1999 Valkyrie
1974 TR6

Re: Saying Hello

Post by TKM » Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:26 pm

Welcome , congratulations on the "new" bike--i believe you can find the appropriate manual on this site, should tell you more accurately where the rear brake cylinder is located


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