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Rear casing gl1000

Post #1 by transitman » Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:49 am

Have to remove engine because starter sprag clutch stuck. Do I have to take the clutch out before removing the rear casing, or will it just slide over it?
Be nice if I can leave it in as it took me 3 months to get right!
Cheers Baz
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Re: Rear casing gl1000

Post #2 by gltriker » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:14 pm

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The rear case and clutch cover come off as an assembly after removing all but 2 or 3 fasteners.
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Re: Rear casing gl1000

Post #3 by transitman » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:23 pm

Bless you Cliff! The manual wasn't specific, just listed taking out clutch before removing the casing.
I'll start tomorrow
"Say not the struggle naught availeth." A H Clough.

'78 GL1000 Trike
1st bike: '58 150cc Ambassador 2 stroke. learned how to chuck it down the road
'31 BSA 500 single long stroke Sloper, dug out of a wall in Sussex, never went that well...
'49 Sunbeam S8, built from bits in '67, used daily, sold to a US biker in '84, still miss it
3 BSA Bantams, now a daughter has one
'78 Honda 500T

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Re: Rear casing gl1000

Post #4 by ericheath » Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:52 pm

Trike guys helping each other out.

Not to steal the thread but, Cliff, are you riding again yet?
Whatever I suggest here should be given ample time for a moderator to delicately correct. I apologize in advance.
77 WING, 1200 engine with 77 heads, cams, gl1100 foot pegs, Magna V65 front end, 764A carbs, [-gone Suzuki M109 monoshock--, replaced with gl1100 shocks] gl 1200 swing arm, gl1500 final drive, wheel and rear brakes Valkyrie seat, Meanstreak tank, Sportster pipes, Power Arc ignition off crank.
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83 Wing, in pieces
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Re: Rear casing gl1000

Post #5 by gltriker » Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:05 pm

Pleased I could help you, Baz!
Robin1731 gave me some guidance in that area when I needed it, too. ;) tumb2


Yes I am riding again, Eric! :oldies
Total miles this riding season are almost 1,100 miles.
772 of those miles were accumulated from July 4th, through 16th. All of those miles, by me self. :-D
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Keep your eyes and ears open and you'll learn something new, everyday. tumb2

New users please visit our "Shop Talk" for common tips and help: <---jdvorchak
http://www.ngwclub.com/forum/page/ST :oldies

RE: a thorough fuel tank cleaning
"And your carbs will thank you. They no longer live down stream from a sewage plant." -gregforesi tumb2
"Can't see the paint when your looking thru the handlebars..........." -Oldewing ;)
"I'd rather Ride than Shine" -RAT tumb2 Me Too!!

Cliff

'75 GL1000 home built trike; http://www.ngwclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=39996
October,2017 BOTM :shock: https://nakedgoldwingsclub.com/forum/page/Welcome
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVpommgI-M8 turn up your speakers volume YouTube video from April 12th, 2014

previous rides:
1953 H-D Servi-car, naked, 1969-1978 (serial#53G1559 committed to memory!)
1980 CB900 Custom (triked) 1997-2003 .... R.I.P.

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Re: Rear casing gl1000

Post #6 by ericheath » Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:22 pm

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Glad to hear that.
Whatever I suggest here should be given ample time for a moderator to delicately correct. I apologize in advance.
77 WING, 1200 engine with 77 heads, cams, gl1100 foot pegs, Magna V65 front end, 764A carbs, [-gone Suzuki M109 monoshock--, replaced with gl1100 shocks] gl 1200 swing arm, gl1500 final drive, wheel and rear brakes Valkyrie seat, Meanstreak tank, Sportster pipes, Power Arc ignition off crank.
77 Wing. black
83 Wing, in pieces
"Continuing education is important even if the subject matter is fairly useless (as in this case)."---Greg Foresi


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