Having Fun


Information and questions on GL1000 Goldwings (1975-1979)
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pbgilley
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Location: Jacksonville, Florida
Motorcycle: 1976 Goldwing
2007 Goldwing
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Having Fun

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Having fun trying to disconnect driveshaft in order to remove engine... I may have to remove sidecar..76 G-wing...unable to get a clear path to work...Pete


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Sidcar
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Location: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Motorcycle: 1995 GL1500 SE (20th Anniversary) and Squire RX4 sidecar

Re: Having Fun

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Hi Pete,
After one year of ownership I've learnt there's not much easily got at on a GoldWing, not on a 1500 anyway.
However once all the bodywork was out the way I removed the back wheel then the hub assembly and the driveshaft came out with the hub.

Sid
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flash2002
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Location: Montreal, Canada
Motorcycle: gold wing 1800
2003

Re: Having Fun

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Pete, if you pull back on the drive shaft boot you will see a clip in between the joint/
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Fred Camper
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Motorcycle: 1977 GL1000, 1976 LTD GL1000

Re: Having Fun

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Early wings have the clip, later wings do not. So part of the joy of early wing ownership is a pita drive shaft clip.


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