Repair Shop


Information and questions on GL1500 Goldwings (1988-2000)
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eastkytriker
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Motorcycle: 1990 Goldwing 1500-motortrike conversion
2008 Goldwing 1800/ Roadsmith HTS 1800

Repair Shop

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Anyone in south florida had any service done at http://onwingsofgold.com in Brandon Fl. Looking for recommendations



tsandvik
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Motorcycle: 1990 GL1500 Aspencade

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I just had my bike in there for carb work. Made an appointment for a Thursday. Two weeks later they finally got to my bike. Never called to say they were running behind. Said they got back logged.
Their mechanic seems to know the wings very well. Prices are average for a private shop. Always seem to have 20 or so Wings there at any one time.
Wouldn't hurt to give them a try if you are in no time crunch to get the bike back. Turns out I had a real problem with the vacuum lines being hooked up correctly. My bike runs fine now.

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eastkytriker
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2008 Goldwing 1800/ Roadsmith HTS 1800

Re: Repair Shop

Post by eastkytriker »

They sound good if like you say not in a hurry. I sent them a email a month ago and haven’t heard back. I will try to get a contact number and give them a call. Thanks for the info

tsandvik
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They are not any good at returning emails. Use the contact number on the web site. Sometimes the owner answers sometimes the wife.



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