How to remove, rebuild and reinstall your starter


Step-by-step tutorials on how to maintain and fix your GL1100
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gervais
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Location: riviere-bleue,quebec,canda
Motorcycle: GoldWing 1984 GL1200A Aspencade

Re: How to remove, rebuild and reinstall your starter

Post by gervais » Sun Mar 10, 2019 11:30 pm



ohh
i sent too much picture ,,

yes even during summer i found the GW quite heavy weight,,i lost her on the ground a couple of times

ride safe with the scooter,
i modify one years ago and fit a liquid kit,,110 kmh and a ticket from the police

Gf



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echinus1988
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Location: Denver, Colorado
Motorcycle: 2006 GL1800, 1982 GL1100 Aspencade, 1980 GL1100 (sold), 2006 GL1800, 1989 Suzuki GS450L, 1981 Honda CM400

Re: How to remove, rebuild and reinstall your starter

Post by echinus1988 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:46 am

When I rebuilt the starters on my 1980 and 1982 GL1100 motorcycles. The 1980 had 6 washers but the 1982 had 5 washers. I made sure I knew which side they went on, cleaned and rebuilt and had no problems with them from that point on.

BTW, I have the 1982 GL1100 Aspencade up for sale. Spring is coming!

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