Maintenance


Information and questions on GL1500 Goldwings (1988-2000)
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lamasue
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Maintenance

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I have a 2000 se I like to stay ahead on maintenance do you think time to change front wheel bearing it has 60,000 miles



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MikeB
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Re: Maintenance

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60,000 is as good a time as ever. If it gives you a sense of security, do it. The bearings are not very expensive at all. I get mine from a local bearing supply. I make sure that they are not Chinese bearings. They don't last very long at all. However, bearings supplied by Honda are probably the best way to go.
Personally, I check the bearings every time I remove the wheels. If they are ever a little suspect, I replace them.
I keep a set of spare bearings and seals on hand.
MikeB
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Re: Maintenance

Post by Rednaxs60 »

Can't hurt. Gives peace of mind, and you're good for another 60K miles. As mentioned, inexpensive maintenance item.
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