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Baby Blue
Baby Blue 1985 GL1200 Interstate disguised as an LTD.


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Angela(fysty-1) & Dani
Surrey, B.C., Canada
'85 Honda GL 1200 (fully dressed) I. (sold)
pres. 95 Virago 1100
"No matter how blue life may get always remember that there's a rainbow in the sky."
"Grab life by the handlbars an hang on."

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#1 01-03-2013, 04:20 PM,
So what do you think of the trike kit? I have been looking at a Tow Pac for mine..but haven't heard from anyone as to the way they work in the real world.
Paul
Hillsboro, Oregon
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#2 01-07-2013, 02:42 AM,
Paul, I loved the Voyager& once I got it set up properly ( took better than a year) it was stupendice! As for the Tow pac, I cannot advise other than anyone here or @ Steve's site that run those also loved them. For about the same amt as you pay for the Classic Voyage, you could buy a almos direct bolt on tru trike kit ftom Triwing industries. http://www.triwing.com/ You have to supply the rear wheel but the suspension is used from the stock 1200. There are a couple of full work ups of this system on http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/ & just search for "Trike Conversions". Here is a link to BigAl59's post on the conversion. http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/10-r...n-3-a.html Hope that all helps. Cheers Angela
Angela(fysty-1) & Dani
Surrey, B.C., Canada
'85 Honda GL 1200 (fully dressed) I. (sold)
pres. 95 Virago 1100
"No matter how blue life may get always remember that there's a rainbow in the sky."
"Grab life by the handlbars an hang on."

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#3 01-07-2013, 02:31 PM,


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