GL1200 parts.....


Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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zamboni920
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GL1200 parts.....

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Hi. I need some bushings for the front fork on my 1987 GL1200 Interstate. Anyone know of a supplier/source selling and shipping overseas? I contacted Cyclemax, but they answered negative to shipping overseas. The simmer rings and dust caps are easy to find everywhere but not the bushings. Appreciate any input :) .


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Have you tried https://www.davidsilverspares.com/ ??

https://www.davidsilverspares.com/EURO-EXPORT-INFO/

.If you are located within the EEA*, Any Discontinued Genuine Honda Part (a part which is no longer produced/supplied by Honda) for motorcycles older than 15 years that is listed on this website (www.davidsilverspares.com) can now be ordered through the UK site ( www.davidsilverspares.co.uk ).
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Check cmsnl.com, have found some hard to find parts from this company.
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