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What do these different letters denote ? I'm having an argument with a supplier over a brake master cylinder kit. I've bought one for a DE or DG but my bikes an 85/86 Interstate and they wont fit. Why is everything so ******** complicated ? :lol:
#1 06-19-2011, 12:27 PM,
although i have seen such mention before i have no idea what they relate to,i would think that they probably refer to different models,such as a european version,us and a japan version

maybe a dealer with some older employees in the parts dept may be able to help
1987 Aspencade 129K
1986 SEI 93K
2014 Tri-Glide HD 17K

#2 06-20-2011, 12:54 PM,
Parts and Accessory listing for Honda:
GL1200 Gold Wing 1984-87
GL1200DE 1984 Dressed Gold Wing
GL1200DF 1985 Dressed Gold Wing
GL1200DG 1986 Dressed Gold Wing
GL1200DH 1987 Dressed Gold Wing
GL1200IE 1984 Interstate
GL1200IF 1985 Interstate
GL1200IG 1986 Interstate
GL1200AE 1984 Aspencade
GL1200AF 1985 Aspencade
GL1200AG 1986 Aspencade
GL1200AH 1987 Aspencade

I found the above list on a UK parts site.
Whats a 'Dressed Gold Wing' ?
#3 07-30-2011, 03:32 AM,
Vic, posted this info for us "Brake lines"

AE=built in Ohio for U.K. AF=built in Ohio for France AG=built in Ohio for Germany AH= ...not sure, maybe Holland I guess? DE=I'm guessing here, LTD built for Europe, DG=guessing again, LTD built for Germany

Copyright  Vic Belanger 2006
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#4 07-30-2011, 06:56 AM,

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