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2002 Honda Gold Wing on mail.2040motos

US $20,900.00
YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:34 ColorColor: ILLUSION BLUE
Location:

Altoona, Alabama, United States

Altoona, Alabama, United States
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Honda Gold Wing photos

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Honda Gold Wing tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,832 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty TypeType:Trike For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Honda Gold Wing description

UP FOR SALE IS THIS 2002 HONDA GOLDWING GL1800 ROADSMITH TRIKE BY TRIKE SHOP. THIS IS A BRAND NEW ROADSMITH HTS1800 CONVERSION FOR THE GOLDWING GL1800. THE ROADSMITH HTS1800 IS AN INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION CONVERSION AND HAS A GREAT RIDE. THESE CONVERSIONS COME STANDARD WITH INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION, DISC BRAKES, AUTOMOTIVE GRADE HEAVY DUTY DRIVESHAFT AND CV JOINTS, TRUE TRACK STABILIZER BAR, ALLOY WHEELS, CARPETED TRUNK, AND TRAILER HITCH. THE HTS1800 IS ALSO APPROX. 8" LONGER THAN MOST OF THE OTHER TRIKE CONVERSIONS GIVING IT A SMOOTHER AND MORE STABLE RIDE. WITH ALMOST 40 YEARS IN THE TRIKE BUSINESS, THE TRIKE SHOP HAS ONE OF THE FINEST TRIKE CONVERSIONS ON THE MARKET. EVERY ROADSMITH TRIKE IS MANUFACTUED WITH QUALITY MATERIALS AND THE CRAFTSMANSHIP IS IN A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN. THE ROADSMITH TRIKE CONVERSIONS ARE COVERED BY A FULL 3 YEAR/ 1,000,000 WARRANTY.

THIS TRIKE HAS ALSO BEEN EQUIPPED WITH A 6 DEGREE STEERING RAKE KIT (AKA EZ STEER) AND ROADSMITH'S WING GUARD RUNNING BOARDS. IT ALSO HAS THE REAR CHROME WHEEL UPGRADE!

THE BIKE ITSELF IS A VERY NICE 2002 HONDA GOLDWING  WITH ONLY 34,210 MILES. IT IS ILLUSION BLUE IN COLOR .IT HAS ALL OF THE STANDARD GOLDWING OPTIONS INCLUDING REVERSE, AM/FM RADIO, DRIVER-TO-PASSENGER INTERCOM SYSTEM, CRUISE CONTROL, ADJUSTABLE HEADLIGHT BEAM, AND ADJUSTABLE WINDSHIELD  . IT ALSO HAS A  CHROME ROTOR COVER, CHROME FENDER EXTENSION, FOG LIGHTS, SHARK GILLS, AFTER MARKET HEATED GRIPS, THRU THE SEAT BACKREST, CHROME LUGGAGE RACK AND CHROME FENDER TRIM !!!


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