OEM Passenger Backrest


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OEM Passenger Backrest

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Need some help here. I have a 1990 Goldwing 1500 SE and l want to replace the entire seat with a OEM seat and passenger backrest that fits 98-2000. Dimensions are 17 1/2" wide. Are all gl 1500s the same width between rear speaker housing?
Thanks in advance.



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Re: OEM Passenger Backrest

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eastkytriker wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:45 pm
Need some help here. I have a 1990 Goldwing 1500 SE and l want to replace the entire seat with a OEM seat and passenger backrest that fits 98-2000. Dimensions are 17 1/2" wide. Are all gl 1500s the same width between rear speaker housing?
Thanks in advance.
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yes, it does.

I ordered up a '98SE seat to put on my '94SE and it fit perfect.
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Will these interchange ?
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Those extra wide "wings" on the lower half will just curve forwards on the bike and provide a hair more support for co-rider at the sides. It'll work fine.
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CrystalPistol wrote:
Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:53 pm
Those extra wide "wings" on the lower half will just curve forwards on the bike and provide a hair more support for co-rider at the sides. It'll work fine.
Ok, Thanks a bunch. Its looks a lot more comfortable.

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where in ky do you live?

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tim phelps wrote:
Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:29 pm
where in ky do you live?
Hello Tim, I live in Grayson, 100 mi. east of Lexington on I-64.



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