Fabrication
 

GL1200 Bobber Rear Brakes

by GL1200 Bobber Rear Brakes Once I chopped the entire rear end off the frame there was no way I could use the stock rear master cylinder system.   Lucky for my but unlucky for my buddy, I had the rear Brembo master cylinder fr...

GL1200 Bobber Headlight Mount

by GL1200 Bobber Headlight Mount I had a KC style spotlight lying around and decided to use it on the bike. I will change out the light element later from a spot to a proper driving light. It was pretty straight forward to quic...

1959 Ford Truck Gas Tank Relocate

by 1959 Ford Truck Gas Tank Relocate A buddy I work with has his fathers 1959 Ford 4×4 truck.  It’s been an ongoing project and it’s going to be incredible when it’s completed.  He wanted to move the gas ...

Welding Cart / Chop Saw Fabrication

by I have owned my Hobart welder for a long time and broke one of the unspoken rules about welder ownership.  According to welder lore, the first project one is to embark on after purchasing a welder is that of the welder cart....


GL1200 Chop – Rear Suspension

by I had an idea of what I wanted to do with the rear suspension and after searching the internet I found exactly what I was looking for at Naked Goldwing Club by a member called HOTT.  He highly modified a GL1000 and installed...

GL1200 Seat Pan and Mount

by In keeping with the, “build it instead of buying it” theme of this build, I grabbed some sheet metal and drew out a seat pan shape that I liked and seemed to fit the bike. Using a mallet I pounded the metal over ...


GL1200 Custom Air Intake

by Once the frame was modified and a center spline was put in place to mount the Harley gas tank, the plastic OEM plate that covered the stock air box and held the stock air cleaner was clearly not going to work.  First of all,...

GL1200 Electrics Bag

by GL1200 Electronics Bag Someplace along the line I found an old oil bath filter from some sort of machinery that looked really cool.  It was pretty beat up and full of ancient oil sludge.  I knew I wanted to use it on a bike ...


GL1200 Frame Cut / Modification

by  GL1200 Frame Cut / Modification I knew I didn’t want to keep the “fake tank” of the Goldwing.  To me, aside from the engine, the tank is probably one of the largest focal points of a bike.  I ended up cutt...




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