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    Hondakent

    Number of posts : 4
    Location : Aloha, Oregon
    Registration date : 2009-08-14

    New Tow-Pac owner

    Post by Hondakent on Fri Aug 14, 2009 5:23 pm

    New Member, scratch Just ordered my Instatrike kit with 12" wheels for my 2008 GL1800 Gold Wing. Any wing owners out there have any suggestions on the install. one of the Instructions say that I just have to loosen Sadle bags and move them to the side, Don`t really understand why, I am hoping that I do not have to remove the bags all the way.
    I will use Loc-Tite on all the bolts as suggested by some of the owners.
    I am a member of the Retreads Motorcycle Club (A club for Older riders)
    Any suggestions will be welcome.
    Thanks, Honda Kent

    Tony Molina
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    Number of posts : 57
    Age : 41
    Location : Tennessee
    Registration date : 2008-11-20

    Install

    Post by Tony Molina on Fri Aug 14, 2009 8:09 pm

    You have to move the saddlebags because the hitch installs between the exhaust and the saddlebags...there is very limited space between the two...so you need to move the bags so you can insert the hitch...without moving the bag...it is impossible to mount the hitch.
    You will remove the passenger handle and seat.

    Another tip...when removing the rear fender...there is a bolt hiding behind the license plate.

    If you have any other questions...let me know!!!

    Tony Molina
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    615-535-1186

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