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Thread: Did work on the 1800

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    ILIKEYMYWING! wingpilot08's Avatar
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    Coatesville, PA

    Did work on the 1800

    So I needed to get a new front tire after about 18k miles on the tire...decided to remove the front rim & take the spare rear rim to the local Honda shop. Upon removing the tire, I noticed that I had oil coming from the left fork. That prompted me to remove the fork and try cleaning the seal and reset the seal. I was running a CT on the rear, but now have new E4's front and rear. I have to say I tried the Darkside and had no real issues, but I think I prefer MC tires...better feel to me. Changing the rear on the 1800 is a breeze when laid over...changed the rear in less that 20 minutes..with my spare rim and tire!!
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    2008 GL1800-HPNA with 65,000+ miles
    1995 BunkHouse camper
    Darkside #1720

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