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  1. Goldstrike3d
    We have been VERY busy at Goldstrike creating new products that we think you'll love. Below are just a few NEW releases that are in stock now! Engine Covers: DCT Engine Covers https://goldstrike3d.com/products/goldstrike-chrome-engine-cover-kit 6-Speed Engine Covers...
  2. GL1800 Classifieds- 4 Sale by Owner
    "PRICE REDUCED" 2008 Honda Gold Wing 1800ABS $16,000 BLACK CHERRY IN COLOR, LOTS OF CHROME!! ORIGINAL OWNER - 16,000 MILES New Battery put in last weekend, Just changed oil. Tires are new- last Fall – less than 1,000 miles on them!! You will love the 1,800 cc fuel injected; liquid...
  3. Testing Board
    helilo :kiss::laugh:>:):grin2::crying::wink2::wink2:>:)
  4. GL1800 Classifieds- 4 Sale by Owner
    I have one of these (link here) that I'd like to replace with the OEM part. If anyone's interested in an even trade, let me know. Make sure you really like looking at it, because it's all you'll see reflected in your windshield anywhere you go -- but if you want to chrome up your machine...
  5. GL1800 Classifieds- 4 Sale by Owner
    New, Unopened Show Chrome Trunk Lid Handle GL1800 $49.00 F/S Brand new unopened SHOW CHROME trunk lid handle for GL1800. $49.00 OBO plus shipping. (around $12.00 or so) Thanks for looking ..... PM or better yet, [email protected] Harry
  6. GL1800 Classifieds- 4 Sale by Owner
    2003 HIGHLY POLISHED REAR WHEEL THAT LOOKS CHROMED!!! The tire will be removed before shipping.Price is $175.00 Plus Shipping. Your Welcome to text me for pics 405-623-0867. Thanks Towdy
  7. Florida (FL)
    I've been looking at some chrome 90-degree valve stems for the Wing (I think JohnACman uses them). They only cost $1.75 each, but shipping is about $10..., so I figured if a few of us wanted to get them, it would keep the cost down considerably. If I order 20 (10 pairs) it would come to $35 plus...
  8. General MC Message Board
    Rider mag did a 1-pager last October on the PermaStar Chrome process, from Goodrich Technology, chrome applied via powder coating plus some extra magic. Anyone here have any experience with it? Any thoughts on how it might hold up? http://www.goodrichtechnology.com/index.html James
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