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Basic Part Number Library
Just ran a little test and found that DirectLine (first site listed above) does indeed ship to Canada...
I have worked with these folks for many years and have not as yet had an order problem (missing parts or incorrect parts)...
Ed Zogg
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#31 01-26-2009, 09:35 AM,
I have an early 84 Aspy; It has a filler neck on the radiator that takes a cap the same size as my Jeep! I've ordered a cap from the stealer, and it is tiny! So, since my Jeep rad cap fits well, the question is: How many pounds rating should the cap be? BTW, The library here lists the same cap as the stealer ordered for me.

Also, I think I will attempt to replace the timing belts while she's apart. I cannot find the gasket number (been trying babbitsonline and don't see it). I assume this gasket is not 'reusable'. :roll:
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#32 05-16-2009, 04:19 PM,
If the timing cover gasket's are not cut or messed up I'd reuse them.



Come to think of it,,,, I did!! 8)
1985 Limited Edition
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#33 05-16-2009, 07:14 PM,
went to pick up cap,thermostat at Advance auto parts today part #'s have changed some
therostat is now Stant # 13868
cap is now Stant # 11227 replaced 10227
1987 Aspencade 129K
1986 SEI 93K
2014 Tri-Glide HD 17K

Hancock,MD
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#34 05-27-2009, 09:51 PM,
Here's a page I came across while doing some work on one of my other bikes. Has some spark plug cross references for our NGK 1200 applications. I can't vouch for its accuracy, but it is a starting point.

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Doug
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#35 08-30-2009, 09:45 PM,
Bump...
1985 Limited Edition
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#36 04-02-2010, 07:57 AM,
Hey TN, one big pat on your back for creating such a great parts list. It was needed and you did it. Thank you.
Ed (Vic) Belanger - 1954-2015
Founder of gl1200goldwings.com

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#37 04-03-2010, 03:17 PM,
As we all know, Honda charge premium prices for the bearings
and seals used in their motorcycles.
Many of these are standard commercially available for a
fraction of the price from Honda.

Front Wheel Bearings -6302 2RS (2RS means 2 plastic seals) -2 required
Front wheel dust seal #1 -40 x 50 x 5 -1 required
Front Wheel dust seal #2 -22 x 42 x 7 -1 required

Rear Wheel Bearing #1 -6304 2RS -1 required
Rear Wheel Bearing #2 -6204 2RS -1 required
Rear Wheel dust seal -30 x 52 x 7 -1 required

Swingarm bearings -30203 (40 x 17 x 13) -2 required
Swingarm Dust seals -26 x 40 x 5 -2 required
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#38 12-25-2010, 11:59 AM,
This thread was instrumental in getting me my parts the same day and for less than half the stealer cost. A very serious and sincere Thank You! ^Smile^
Scotty P
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#39 06-24-2011, 03:47 PM,
All Goldwings from the 1000 to the 1500's use a 13psi or 0.9 radiator cap, the manual says the bikes range from 11 to 15 psi on the cooloing systems.

The 1800 uses the 16psi or 1.1 radiator cap.
'RIDE TO BE SEEN' :d

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"I never saw him" instead of "I never looked for him".
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#40 06-24-2011, 07:44 PM,
I have another part number for the radiator hoses. It's Gates 21488. My hose you have listed was on back order and my parts guy had ordered this one for another wing owner who said it worked great. It does, no interference with the top hose.

The parts list you have put together sure came in handy on my trip to the parts store, not to mention saving some coin.

Thanks, Rich


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