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Welcome to Classics! Do the holes is the side covers serve a purpose, or is it just for looks? Oh yeah... nice work!


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Glad your here. I love the rear shocks. Especially the eccentric cam adjustment on the bottom. Are they standard for that year as I'm not that familiar with these.

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Welcome!

I have the same tires on my 81' GL1100! :good:

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I have the same tires on my 81' GL1100! :good:
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after having spent a ton of money on Metzlers in the past on my HD and Victory, I have grown to like these Shinkos.

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:good: I love them! great tire for the price!

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+1 on the Shinkos
I still love my Metzlers on the sports bike but the Lasertechs on the Rats Nest were not good.

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Not to sidetrack the thread, but be careful with those Shinko 712's if you are running them on a full dress version. They are running right at the load capacity and may wear out sooner than expected... When I had them on my 1100 when it was configured as a bagger, I had no problem. When I put the trunk and additional metal on the rear end and started towing a trailer, my mileage reduced significantly. I switched to the Tourmaster 230's because they are rated for a higher weight and got the mileage back. Now I have a car tire on the rear of the 87 and mileage is no longer an issue.

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Not to sidetrack the thread, but be careful with those Shinko 712's if you are running them on a full dress version. They are running right at the load capacity and may wear out sooner than expected... When I had them on my 1100 when it was configured as a bagger, I had no problem. When I put the trunk and additional metal on the rear end and started towing a trailer, my mileage reduced significantly. I switched to the Tourmaster 230's because they are rated for a higher weight and got the mileage back. Now I have a car tire on the rear of the 87 and mileage is no longer an issue.


Thanks for the heads up :good: I do have my GL1100 naked! I will go with the 230's next time!

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Not to sidetrack the thread, but be careful with those Shinko 712's if you are running them on a full dress version. They are running right at the load capacity and may wear out sooner than expected... When I had them on my 1100 when it was configured as a bagger, I had no problem. When I put the trunk and additional metal on the rear end and started towing a trailer, my mileage reduced significantly. I switched to the Tourmaster 230's because they are rated for a higher weight and got the mileage back. Now I have a car tire on the rear of the 87 and mileage is no longer an issue.


Thanks for the heads up :good: I do have my GL1100 naked! I will go with the 230's next time!

I love the A230s, even running one on the front of Val. :yes:

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Bit of work finished today. Fabricated fairing and installed rebuilt rear brake set up.
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What did you make the fairing from? Looking good

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What did you make the fairing from? Looking good

It was made from a stamped tank half that painters use for demo or displays.


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