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About SpencerPJ

  • Birthday 07/04/1965

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    Paul

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    Indianapolis, IN, United States

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    Indianapolis

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    2013 Goldwing F6B

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  1. I replaced mine once. Turned out that I bought the line from a local tractor supply, more for yard tools. Well they would collapse under heat and higher rpm. Took me a while to figure out. Just saying if you went with a thin wall fuel line.
  2. Quick update. I aired them up a couple pounds higher than manual suggested, I have run maybe 800 miles, and they seem perfectly fine now. I still have slight high spot in center of tire, but no vibrations at all, not even even low in the corners. I will keep an eye one them, I do not know how long they were run low.
  3. Fuse is in fuse box under cover where gas cap is. Relay is up by headlight. Explain what's going on, if no blinking it could be a ground or simply a bad bulb.
  4. So I recently picked up a different ride. Both front a rear tires were very low, I aired them up to spec per manual, and they seem to have an odd mild vibration, especially in turns. As you can see, it's a no brainer. Question. Is this something that might wear off, should I drop pressure a bit, should I simply replace, Is it highly dangerous to ride as is? It seems fine, no vibrations at cruising speed etc, it's the corners or leaning back and forth that you can tell. Thanks for any and all advise.
  5. You could buy a maintenance free one for your next battery, as you thought you had 😇
  6. Is the kickstand down?
  7. If it is a first gen, I have had great luck tieing the clutch lever with a rope, and letting it sit overnight. Seems the air works up to the top. Maybe one squeeze and loosen the banjo bolt at the top.
  8. My guess is you will have a hard time meeting the weight requirements on non stock size stuff.
  9. That does suck. Cheers to getting better.
  10. $94 to be exact. I found one in IL, guy shipped Friday, should be early next week. I have my 83 up for sale, some things I'll sell as is, a dripping rear master is not one of those things. There's an oem on ebay.
  11. How does one hone out the bore? I ask, I recently did some brake work, did not replace the rubber seals, slight leak with a tear in one of the rubbers (ordered oems today), but I only lightly sanded my bore as I did not easily find a hone (like a piston hone) readily available. Patmac6075. There is a cycle recycle place in Indianapolis that has a couple older Ventures, might call them http://www.newmotorcycleparts.net/
  12. The actually make a garage door lube that I use, lube Actually makes the door and hinges quiet as a mouse
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