CROSS OVER PARTS LIST

cross over parts from other wings, hondas, or any other parts sources that can be used on our wings.

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CROSS OVER PARTS LIST

Post #1 by BIG T » Mon Aug 06, 2007 8:27 pm

this sticky is to list tried and true cross over parts. like parts from other Hondas and other sources that will cross over to our gl bikes. even if it is a year crossover, you can list it here. I know that Frenchy and Randak probably have a partial list they themselves use. lets build this one....T :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
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Post #2 by Roady » Thu Aug 09, 2007 10:46 pm

Compiled from this thread and other contributions ... This list is actively updated as suggestions are made in this thread.

Timing Belts
GL1000 & GL1100
(requires 2)
    Honda part #14400-371-04/14400-371-14
    Gates #T274
    NAPA #250274
    Goodyear Gatorback #40274 (AutoZone & others)
GL1200 (requires 2)
    NAPA #NBH 250070
    Gates - #5043 or #T070
    Goodyear - #40070
GL1500 (requires 2)
    Gates - #T275
    NAPA - #250275
    Goodyear - #40275

Radiator Hoses
    Napa #7733 ($16.95) does both top & bottom
    Gates - #21008 does both top & bottom
    AutoZone - #B70834 ($9.95) does both top & bottom
    Fits 1973 to 1979 Honda Civic
    (may need new screw clamps, my stock ones worked okay)

Radiator Cap -- Standard style with 13 Lbs pressure, any auto supply store
    NAPA/Belkamp #703-1445 (2/27/13, new #703-1697) or STANT #10229
    Murray #7713
    In Canada, Benson Auto Parts, Stant #10229

Thermostat
    NAPA #101
    Stant #13868
    Murray #3868

Fan Thermo Switch
BECK/ARNLEY #2011614 and cost $14.13 at Rock Auto (will require adapting the plug to the new contacts)

Oil Filter - GL1000, GL1100 & GL1200
    Honda Part #15410-426-010, 15410-422-004
    AMSOil SMF-101
    FRAM #CH6009 (comes with both o-rings)
    K&N KN401
    Napa #PS4940
    Purolator #ML16809
    STP SMO-09
    WIX #24940

Cam Seals Honda part #91209-371-003, Oil Seal (27X43X9)
    Napa #ATM 2117994, Altrom
    Beck Arnley #052-2755, AutoZone
    Note: x3 on 1000s and x2 on GL1100s.
    Fel-Pro #TCS 45718 (comes with 2 seals per set)

Signal Flasher
    NAPA #552 flasher relay, 2 pole
    Tridon EL12 at most autoparts stores ~$10 electronic flasher, stops slow/fast flashing. Try the 552 first.

Front Crank Oil Seal GL1000 & GL1100
    NAPA #13954 (35x55x8)
1200 & 1500
    Part #91201-MN5-003 (Discontinued #91201-MG9-005)
    Numbers on the seal are "A 8 SD 35 59 8 L HS". Measures 35 x 59 X 8
Also: Crank Seal, GL1000 and GL1100:
    Timken P/N 223542, tapered (self-centering), cheaper
    National P/N 223542, non-taper
Used as: 1993 Infinity J30 rear differential seal. Most auto parts stores.

Rear Oil Seal for the clutch lever
    NAPA #5410 Transeal, made by SKF 14x24x6

Valves, Intake/Exhaust Parts'n'More 10 and 15 bucks each respectively.

Spark Plugs - (1000, 1100) Stock is NGK D8ES.
    D7EA or ND X22ES-U for cold climate
    D8EA or ND X24ES-U for standard operation
    D9EA or ND X27ES-U for extended high speed operation
    GL1200: NGK # DPR8EA-9 (Gap .035")

Spark Plug Boots
    NAPA part # NGW8072

Serviceable Fuel Filter from Spectre
    O"Reilly's Auto Parts, p/n 6932, about $10
    Hall's Speedshop online
    chasdog says, "I wrapped a piece of rubber around it to protect it and keep it snug - works great and you can clean it AND replace the filter element ... YES the filter elements are very easy to find - (O'Reilly's) keep them in stock - 3 to a pack."

Copper Squash Gaskets (exhaust header) - 1000, 1100, 1200
    NAPA; Fel-Pro part number 60567 or 12-1002.
    The automotive applications are 1976-84 Honda 1.3, 1.5, 1.6 and 1.8 liter 4 cylinder engines. May also fit some 1991-95 Nissan 4 cylinders. Thanks to sunnbobb in this thread.

Regulator/Rectifier
    Shindengen - #FH008EB, from 04-07 CBR1000RR and CBR600RR.
    "This is a true series regulator, it does not work by shunting current like all [of Honda's] previous models." Get more info in this post by socrace.

Wheel Bearings - GL1000 & GL1100
    Front - 6302 2RS (x2)
    Rear - Takes a 6204 2RS & a 6304 2RS
    Readily available from any bearing distributor.

Swing Arm Bearings - GL1000 & GL1100
    P/N 30203, requires 2.
    Readily available from any bearing distributor.

Head Gasket Job, Part Numbers, our thanks to Alwing17 for these.
    Qty - - - Part # - - - - - Description
    2 -- 12251-371-306 -- gasket, head
    2 -- 12328-371-000 -- gasket, cyl head cover
    2 -- 19429-371-306 -- gasket, water elbow
    2 -- 91308-371-003 -- o-ring, oil orifice(small)
    2 -- 91305-371-003 -- o-ring, oil orifice(large)
    4 -- 91301-MB6-003 -- o-ring, coolant tube
    4 -- 18291-386-306 -- gasket, exhaust
    4 -- 91301-371-005 -- o-ring, intake manifold
    1 -- 91256-096-651 -- seal, tach cable
    1 -- 12390-371-405 -- insulator, fuel pump housing
    3 -- 91209-371-003 -- seal, camshaft
    8 -- 12209-MB9-003 -- seal, valve guide
    ** And timing belts, oil, silicate-free coolant, as well as a thermostat. The cam seals and valve guide seals are needed if you choose to lap your valves while the heads are off.

Speedo/Tach Rubber Seals, Honda #37235-323-700 (fits 1000 and 1100)
    Western Honda Part #5 on the fiche . . . $11.36 each
    CMS NL product #37235323700 . . . € 10.00 each

link to metric wiring connectors http://cycleterminal.com/ (edited in by rcmatt 7/15)
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Post #3 by RebelRouser » Fri Aug 10, 2007 5:19 am

Rear Oil Seal For The Clutch Lever

Napa Part Number 5410 Transeal
Made By SKF 14x24x6
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Post #4 by rcmatt007 » Fri Aug 10, 2007 8:59 am

front end interchangability on 1000's: fork lowers, rotors, wheels, brake calipers, speedo, brake light sending switch

75-77: all interchange

78-79 all interchange

75-77 will not go on 78-79 without changing everything

actual brake cylinders will interchange
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Post #5 by Roady » Fri Aug 10, 2007 1:00 pm

Thermostat, GL1000 and GL1100
    Stant #13868
    Napa #101 ($7)
Spark Plugs, GL1000, GL1100
    NGK #D8EA ($3)
    GL1200: NGK # DPR8EA-9 (Gap .035")

And a huge list of Aftermarket Parts Numbers
from Chris' Goldwing Website.
There's lots of other good stuff at this web site.
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Post #6 by BIG T » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:28 pm

THIS IS WHAT I'M TALKIN' ABOUT!! KEEP EM COMING...T
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Post #7 by BIG T » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:31 pm

thanks Roady for this link...

Air Filters

K & N
GL1000 - HA-0800
GL1100 - HA-8080
GL1200 - HA-8084
GL1500 - HA-8088
GL1800 - HA-1801

Batteries

Odyssey - (sealed)
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200, GL1500 - PC680MJ or PC680 (*1)(*2)
GL1800 - PC545 (*3)

(*1) MJ stands for Metal Jacket. It is not necessary to have the Metal Jacket in our applications, therefore you could use the PC680 instead. Without the Metal Jacket, the battery is cheaper.
(*2) Battery installation requires re-routing of battery cables.
(*3) The PC545 is 15/16" lower in height than the OEM battery.

Brakes and Rotors

EBC Brakes
GL1200
Rear Rotor - MD1082
Rear Pads - FA69xx

NOTE: substitute the xx above in the pad number with GG for low performance pads, FF for mid performance pads or HH for high performance pads.

Oil Filters

AC Delco
GL1500, GL1800 - PF2135

AMSOil
GL1200 - SMF-101
GL1500, GL1800 - SMF-103

Carquest
GL1500, GL1800 - 85358

FRAM
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - CH6009
GL1500, GL1800 - PH6017A

K & N
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - KN401
GL1500 - KN303
GL1800 - KN204

NAPA
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - NAPA Gold 4940
GL1500, GL1800 - NAPA Gold 1358

Purolator
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - ML16809
GL1500, GL1800 - ML16817 or ML16819

STP
GL1100, GL1200 - SMO-09
GL1500, GL1800 - SMO-17

WIX
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - 24940
GL1500, GL1800 - 51358

Radiator Hose

GL1000, GL1100, GL1200
(Cut in half to make 2 hoses)
NAPA - 7733
Gates - 21008

Spark Plugs

GL1000 (75 - 79)
NGK Standard Plug - D8EA-9 (Gap .028")
NGK Iridium Plug - DR8EIX (Gap .028")

GL11001(80)
NGK Standard Plug - D8EA (Gap .028")
NGK Iridium Plug - DR8EIX (Gap .028")

GL11001(81)
NGK Standard Plug - DPR8ES-L (Gap .028")
NGK Iridium Plug - DR8EIX (Gap .028")

GL1100 / I / A (82 - 83)
NGK Standard Plug - DPR8EA-9 (Gap .035")
NGK Iridium Plug - DPR8EIX-9 (Gap .035")

GL1200 / I / A / L / SEi (84 - 87)
NGK Standard Plug - DPR8EA-9 (Gap .035")
NGK Iridium Plug - DPR8EIX-9 (Gap .035")

GL1500 / I / A / SE (88 - 00)
NGK Standard Plug - DPR7EA-9 (Gap .035")
NGK Iridium Plug - DPR7EIX-9 (Gap .035")

GL1800 / A (01 - 05)
NGK Standard Plug - BKR6E-11 (Gap .043")
NGK Iridium Plug - BKR6EIX-11 (Gap .043")

Timing Belts

GL1000 & GL1100
Gates - #5119 or #T274 (2ea.)
NAPA - #250274 (2 ea.)
Goodyear - #40274 (2 ea.)

GL1200
Gates - #5043 or #T070 (2 ea.)
NAPA - #250070 (2 ea.)
Goodyear - #40070 (2 ea.)

GL1500
Gates - #T275 (2 ea.)
NAPA - #250275 (2 ea.)
Goodyear - #40275 (2 ea.)
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Post #8 by BerlinKowgirl » Sat Aug 11, 2007 4:35 pm

I don't know if this belongs here, but this is what happened a few weeks ago. I wanted to change the bearings in the steering-head of my wing before going on a 5000 km roundtrip to France...but the bearings the Honda Shop sold me as the right one for my 1976 would not fit, they were way too big. After measuring the old bearing, I noticed that it has the same size as the steering-head-bearings of my 1978 CX 500's. I have no idea if that is unusual or not, but they did fit and I used a set of CX bearings that I had laying around. They are the tapered type.

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Post #9 by octane » Sat Aug 11, 2007 5:58 pm

Here's what you do to find CROSS OVER PARTS.
(From one Honda to another, that is)


Go to CMS

...Click 'Honda Motorcycle Parts'

...in the 'Search Model' field; tap in your model..lets say: 'GL1000'

new page comes up;

...then, let's say GL1000 GOLD WING 1977 US
Click the underscored: parts-list

Now look for the appropriate sub-parts-list:

...let's say: 'FUEL PUMP / THERMOSTAT / POINTS'


Then the part you're looking for:
let's say #23 'SENDING UNIT' (that's the thermo switch)
and click the underscored line: 'SENDING UNIT'

a new page appears and it'll inform you that the part
is "Suited for models": and there's a list of all the Honda models
that use the same part.

In this case:
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OK; it's a bit complicated but
this info can be quite useful, especially if you're looking
for second hand parts, like from a breaker.
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Post #10 by OLD-TIMER » Mon Aug 13, 2007 10:14 am

We need to get this on a spreadsheet. There is great information.
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Post #11 by Sidecar Bob » Sun Aug 19, 2007 9:09 am

Or a page like this: http://www.elsham.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/cx500/
(note the Parts Interchangeability Chart in the Owners & Users section)

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Post #12 by Paxton Gomez » Sun Aug 19, 2007 9:17 pm

It seems that the rear light fixture in our wings is the same on virtually every Honda model from 1970 through 1978! :shock: :roll: ;)
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Post #13 by BLACKGOLD » Wed Aug 29, 2007 2:50 pm

Another oil filter for Randakk's spin on:

AC Delco PF1233 (GM#25161880)
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Post #14 by kawracer » Tue Oct 02, 2007 10:27 am

BerlinKowgirl wrote:I don't know if this belongs here, but this is what happened a few weeks ago. I wanted to change the bearings in the steering-head of my wing before going on a 5000 km roundtrip to France...but the bearings the Honda Shop sold me as the right one for my 1976 would not fit, they were way too big. After measuring the old bearing, I noticed that it has the same size as the steering-head-bearings of my 1978 CX 500's. I have no idea if that is unusual or not, but they did fit and I used a set of CX bearings that I had laying around. They are the tapered type.

Regards,
Peewee


All Balls steering bearings lists the 76 GL1000 as part 22-1011 ( same as CX500 ) and 22-1020 for 77 - 79 GL1000, GL1100, GL1200.
78 GL1000

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case guards

Post #15 by acmetim » Thu Jan 03, 2008 11:24 am

heres what i have found. can anybody confirm or deny this?
supposedly all these models have interchangeable case guards:

gl1000 75-79
gl1100 A/I 80-83
gl1200 A/I 84-87

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