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Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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BeeSharp
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Joined: Mon May 16, 2011 8:52 pm
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
Motorcycle: 86 GL1200 Interstate
12 HD Ultra Limited
77 GL1000
83 GL1100
98 Valkyrie

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I've had several GL1000's & 1100's, but never a 1200. I've been riding an Ultra Classic for the past 2 years, really nice bike but it just didn't fit my riding habits. I happened across an 86 with 17k miles on CL and it followed me home. The paint is really nice and it runs great. I suspect I'll have quite a bit of maintenance this winter for a bike that's been in garages for 30 years.

Jim
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Mountain rider
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Location: Rigby, Idaho
Motorcycle: 2003 Goldwing 1800

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Very nice, you're gonna love it. Welcome to the forum, lots of knowledgeable and just good folks here.
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Ohara
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Location: Ontario Canada
Motorcycle: 1986 Interstate
1986 Aspencade

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:) Nice bike really clean"". Welcome

Geofd
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Location: Framingham ma
Motorcycle: 1986 gl 1200

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I have one just like it I love it only had it 2 seasons had all kinds of other bikes there as lots of Harley's out there
I used to like them but its nice to have a bike that
really stands out in a crowd mine already had the alternator conversion check the side covers if they seem loose check
the 3 posts for wear and change the rubber gromets they are about 6 bucks some on this forum have secured them to the frame if you lose them on the highway they are expensive on ebay (200+ bucks for the battery side cover any way it's a great bike good luck



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