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Post by Hondacbx81 »

Thanks for adding me to the group. I just bought a 91 1500 Aspencade and want to make it a naked one. I have it stripped down and will need all the parts for the headlights and taillight. Most of all any advise from all of you who have already done this. Thank you.
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Post by gltriker »

Welcome to the Club tumb2
I don't know anything about the model of your bike, but someone will come àlong that does.

Ciao for now

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
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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!!


'75 GL1000 home built trike;
October,2017 BOTM :shock:

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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Post by Rat »

It’s been done …
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Easter's thread is here … viewtopic.php?p=802890#p802890

"I'd rather Ride than Shine"
‘14 KLR650 ... not a rat ... yet
‘84 GL1200i ‘R2B6' (Rat to Be 6, the last, adopted by twowings)
My Original 'RAT' was a hybrid '82 CB900/1100F
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