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Basic Part Number Library
Hello everyone,

Here are some part numbers of some of the most commonly used items on our wings, you can copy this and save it to your computer for quick reference, if anyone has any additional items feel free to post 'em, maybe this way we can start a good reference libary of parts.


GL1200 Goldwing Parts List

Oil Filters

Amsoil – SMF-101
Purolator – ML16809
Fram – CH6009
STP – SMO-09
K&N – KN401
WIX - 24940
NAPA – NAPA Gold 4940

Radiator Hose: (Cut in half to make 2 hoses)

NAPA – 7733
Gates – 21008
CarQuest - 21029 (made by Gates)

Spark Plugs

AC Delco - ACR121XLS
NGK Standard plug – DPR8EA-9 (gap .035)
NGK Iridium plug – DPR8EIX-9 (gap .035)

Timing Belts (2 each)

NAPA – 250070
Gates – 5043 or T070 (avaiable thru most NAPA & Carquest stores)
Goodyear - 40272

Radiator Cap

NAPA – 703-1443
Stant – 10227 seems like there is a number change Advance Auto parts (Stant # 11227 replaced 10227)

Thermostat (180 degree)

NAPA – 535080
Stant – 45868 seems like there is a number change Advance Auto Parts (Stant # 13868 vs 45865)
Autozone – 15868

Temp Sensor -
The automotive equivalent for the Interstate sensor is: 37750-611-154.
* Keep in mind that this is for the Interstate single pin sensor *

Battery (Gel Cell)

Deka Powersport Gel – ETX18L (NAPA)
Odyssey Gel – PC680 or PC680MJ

Air Filter
K&N HA-8084

Fuel filter information received from Tricky Big Grin Thanks!

The fuel filter from J&M Cycles is a good price and it is exactly the same.

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Head Light replacement bulbs
Sylvania Silverstar 9003ST
Sylvania CoolBlue 9003CB

Insturment/dash replacement bulbs
GE product code: 74/BP221029
(for those in Canada you may be able to get this item at your local
Parts Source - item: 74/BP2)
I received this info from Tricky it may be helpful in crossing over various parts at your local auto parts store - THANKS TRICKY!

"Here is another tidbit of info we may be able to use:

"Here is a new part number for the temp sensor. The automotive equivalent for the Interstate sensor is: 37750-611-154. Honda numbers with a MB9 are coded for 1200 Goldwings, numbers with 611 are automotive listing of the same part. So if you are having difficulty finding a part, try changing out the MB9 with 611.

I picked up a sensor from NAPA for $28."

The Honda lists at $38 at Ronayers.

keep in mind that this is for the Interstate single pin sensor"♦
#1 01-07-2007, 05:49 PM,
Your parts list for timing belts is right on. Yesterday Fri. Mar. 16, I order a pair of timing belts from the NAPA store in Caledonia Ontario using the NAPA P/N 250070. The store did not have them in stock so they ordered them direct from the Gates Warehouse in Brantford. Parts (NAPA P/N on box) arrived for pick-up today Sat Mar. 17 09:00. Total cost with tax for the two belts was $48.59 Cdn. I'm plan on changing the belts this week.

Timing Belts (2 each)

NAPA – 250070
Gates – 5043 or T070
Goodyear - 40272 [/b]
97 GL1500 Lehman Trike
85 GL1200 A
Mount Hope Ont
#2 03-17-2007, 11:45 AM,
Thanks wpj46, glad to be of service. If you come across any other items which work let me know and I'll try to add it to the list.

Also Thanks to jim1021 for his information on the CarQuest timing belt part number and hose info.

Have a safe and fun riding season.
1989 GL1500
#3 03-24-2007, 11:56 AM,
I was told by the NAPA people today that the part number for the Stant GL1200 radiator cap is now 31333 rather than 10227.
#4 03-27-2007, 05:28 PM,
Thanks Keener, notation made on the list, great info.

1989 GL1500
#5 03-27-2007, 09:02 PM,
Hey, TN, I finally got around to draining the coolant et al from my 'Wing this morning and found that the NAPA/Stant rad cap no. 31333 does NOT fit my '84. It is quite a bit too small. I'll check in to it further on Monday and advise.
#6 04-21-2007, 06:06 PM,
Very useful list, thanks TN
Ride safe have fun and enjoy. Lane
1985 Aspencade
2002 Vulcan
#7 08-22-2007, 01:23 AM,
Smile Thanks for the Parts lists-- I can tell now that this is one of the best site going for us Wing riders. It sure makes things a lot easyier to work on your bike without running to Honda for parts. I have almost all the parts lined up to put the Poor Boy on my ride. Again thanks,Chuck
#8 10-09-2007, 07:37 AM,
Here's a link for a possible substitute fuel pump for the Limited Edition and the SEI fuel injected bikes:

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I believe the Bosch pump is the one.
1985 Limited Edition
#9 11-01-2007, 10:49 PM,
Thanks for the post roscoepc, thats good info for those of us that own the fuel injected bikes.
1989 GL1500
#10 11-02-2007, 05:12 AM,
TNroadrider Wrote:GL1200 Goldwing Parts List
Timing Belts (2 each)
- - - NAPA – 250070
- - - Gates – 5043 or T070 (avaiable thru most NAPA & Carquest stores)
- - - Goodyear - 40272
Bill Wrote:
Goldwings 4 Ever Wrote:Oh and by the way, I did pick up a set of Gates T070 Timing belts. I changed the belts about 20k ago but figured for the extra $30.00 I'd replace them now.
Bill Wrote:After seeing some posts, I figure it would be better safe than sorry to get the Timing Belts but am baffled (happily) at the $30 you mentioned. When I went to price them out online at a Honda website they were $158.44 for the pair. (Honda ELT, TIMING for 1985 Honda GL1200A - 14400-MG9-004 - $79.22 each)

Is the Gates T070 belts a direct replacement for the Honda ELT, TIMING for 1985 Honda GL1200A - 14400-MG9-004 part number? (I hope, I hope)
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After thinking about it a while I thought someone posted a part number conversion list and after a few attempts (HAPPILY) found it. Now what should I do with the extra $130 . . . . . THANKS EVERYBODY. Your the best.
THANKS TNroadrider. Your posts on the Electrical connections for the Poor Boy kit were / are GREAT and this post saved me a BUNCH of money. THANKS A BUNCH. I appreciate your continued good input.
85 & 93 Aspencade's
#11 11-03-2007, 07:01 PM,
I really appericate it Bill, glad to be of service.
1989 GL1500
#12 11-04-2007, 06:36 PM,
TNroadrider Wrote:I really appericate it Bill, glad to be of service.
Freakin' computer . . . . had a very eloquent response that is now GONE . . . . . It was pretty darn good too, take my word for it . . . .

(Having to rephrase) The bottom line is your feedback can make the difference for a LOT of people to do the right thing by their Wing's at reasonable prices rather than having to make the tough financial decision whether to roll the dice and hope the part, whatever it is, makes it or spend excessive dealer costs to replace them . . . . personally speaking, I KNOW I should replace the belts but WOW $160 does not fall off tree's in my neighborhood. $30 doesn't either but is MUCH easier to find . . . .

I appreciate your "lessons learned" and 'sperience a LOT

I come down to the Bristol Races twice a year (usually). How close are you to Bristol?
85 & 93 Aspencade's
#13 11-04-2007, 08:39 PM,
All the way on the other side of the state :cry:
1989 GL1500
#14 11-05-2007, 08:56 PM,
Bill, I'm about 40 miles away. If ya make it to a race gimme a holler when you're here. We'll do a ride, cup of coffee, talk racin'. or something!!

As long as you're not a Jeff Gordon fan that is!!!!! Confusedhock: Confusedhock:

Then we'll just do the ride and cup'a coffee!!!!! :lol: :lol:
1985 Limited Edition
#15 11-05-2007, 10:20 PM,

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