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    automan452000

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    Registration date : 2009-02-28

    gl1500 instructions

    Post by automan452000 on Sat Feb 28, 2009 10:26 pm

    the instructions for the gl1500 have no pictures ?? i need to see the pictures to know what to modifie on rear fender and so on .

    Tony Molina
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    Re: gl1500 instructions

    Post by Tony Molina on Sun Mar 01, 2009 1:48 am

    automan452000 wrote:the instructions for the gl1500 have no pictures ?? i need to see the pictures to know what to modifie on rear fender and so on .

    Awesome question. I am hoping to have a GL1500 in the shop soon so I can take some detailed pics to show that modification. I wish they would have included a pic...be that as it may.

    If you remove the rear fender and look on the inside....toward the top you will see a little lip on the underside. Maybe 7-10 inches across. What you want to do is trim that lip...notch about 1 1/2 inches on both ends. This will allow the fender to go back on and not rub on the u-bolts that you installed.

    If this isn't detailed enough you can call me at the shop on Monday. Also, if you have the ability...email me a picture of the underside of the fender and I will mark the picture where you have to trim...then I can post it on the site.

    Best of luck.

    Tony Molina
    Cycle Stuff
    615-535-1186
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