Left rear pocket compatability


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Left rear pocket compatability

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On my 2001 Goldwing the rear pocket door will not stay closed. The problem is one of the holes is hollowed out. It is not the hinge itself. The door for 2001-2005 is on backorder with no ETA. The question: Is the entire pocket assembly from a 2006-2011 compatible (ie.. will it mount up and not looked jacked).



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Re: Left rear pocket compatability

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The 2006-17 are a completely different design and am pretty sure they will not fit. You will need another 2001-05 door. Have you tried eBay ???

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no new doors for a 2001-05 available on ebay, but was wondering if i bought the entire assembly for an 06-17 if it would mount and work. I understand that would would need the inner and outer parts of the pocket.

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Most likely not since it is so different. Keep checking back with Ebay and ask in the other forum.
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You could try here Ive had good luck with them.
https://pinwallcycle.com/advanced_searc ... ords=honda

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Interesting... :geek:

The 'door' is called LID in Honda-speak. I looked up the 'outer trunk pocket' (which is where the lid is attached...) - the old pocket is 82211-MCA-000. The current is 82211-MCA-A60.

82220-MCA-000 is the old lid. The new one? 82220-MCA-A60ZA

I looked up the parts on the link that @joeincalif referenced.

I think there's a reason the -000 parts are no longer called out on the -01 thru -05 parts listing. They've been superseded by these -A60xx parts.
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joeincalif wrote:
Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:39 am
They seem to have them here
https://www.ronayers.com/oemparts/a/hon ... /trunk-box
Unfortunately, all parts fishe that we look at online is aftermarket SW that allows a Honda dealer to run their day-to-day business. A Honda dealer, such as Ronayers, at the end of the day will take their internet orders, login to Honda's online web site and place their order. Only then does one find out real availability.

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Agree with GoldWingrGreg 100%, but the question now is if I acquired the entire complete pocket assemble for the left side(inner, outer & door) from and 2006+ goldwing would it mount and be functional on a 2001-2005 goldwing and not look funny.

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Replacing plastic pieces on a 20 year old motorcycle isn't for the faint of heart. :geek:

If you're untrusting of the illustrated parts breakdown as shown on-line, you have options out there.
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Re: Left rear pocket compatability

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jobrien wrote:
Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:43 pm
On my 2001 Goldwing the rear pocket door will not stay closed. The problem is one of the holes is hollowed out. It is not the hinge itself. The door for 2001-2005 is on backorder with no ETA. The question: Is the entire pocket assembly from a 2006-2011 compatible (ie.. will it mount up and not looked jacked).
Finding someone who has tried to change between them will be like finding the needle in the haystack. Most just buy the correct part if needed.

Some years ago, there were posts on another forum, on using wire looped through holes burned into the door and pocket hinge areas to secure the door to the pocket when hinges broke. That would be a quick fix for your situation if you have the door still.



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