Building a GL1200 Standard

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Building a GL1200 Standard

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It's really, really odd; an GL1200 Interstate with full fairing and saddle bags in the Netherlands will cost about €3000. A GL1200 Standard doubles that price.
So what extra parts do you need, when you strip a GL1200 Interstate down to a GL1200 Standard? Is that possible at all, without having to buy extra accessoires for a couple of thousend euro's. I understand you need to fit a headlight and 'turners', but -for example- what parts do you have to customise at the rear end when you remove the bags?
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Re: Building a GL1200 Standard

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Olafski wrote:It's really, really odd; an GL1200 Interstate with full fairing and saddle bags in the Netherlands will cost about €3000. A GL1200 Standard doubles that price.
So what extra parts do you need, when you strip a GL1200 Interstate down to a GL1200 Standard? Is that possible at all, without having to buy extra accessoires for a couple of thousend euro's. I understand you need to fit a headlight and 'turners', but -for example- what parts do you have to customise at the rear end when you remove the bags?
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Everything is possible, but it will cost you money. If you find all parts,
youre a lucky guy too. :-D

See the reds, parts you need
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Re: Building a GL1200 Standard

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Olafski wrote:It's really, really odd; an GL1200 Interstate with full fairing and saddle bags in the Netherlands will cost about €3000. A GL1200 Standard doubles that price.
So what extra parts do you need, when you strip a GL1200 Interstate down to a GL1200 Standard?
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Or you can customize a GL1200 I/A with parts from other bikes.
This is the cheapest way to get a naked GL1200.
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