Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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Post by Swetman56 »

Hi, I have a 1985 Aspencade and a 1978 GL1000 I am trying to rebuild. I hope to utilize the articles on here to help me get and keep them running.

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Post by NVSB4 »

Welcome to the forum.
There are a lot of helpful "How-To's" here as well as many people willing and able to help if you get stuck somewhere.
First thing that I would do is get shop manuals on both.
I guess that I just like having pictures on hand when I'm doing something. :D
It's never too late to have a happy childhood!


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Post by julimike54 »

Welcome to the forum and good luck with your 1000. If you're working on it in this weather you must have a cool place to work on it :lol:
Riding anything is a good day!

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Post by Rusty Bike »

Welcome, yes, do get the manuals. The Honda ones have been helping me immensely. Good luck...Rusty

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