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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 08:15 PM Thread Starter
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Heel/toe shifters

Is anyone using this particular heel/toe shifter? If so, would you recommend it?


https://wingstuff.com/products/2935-...kit-for-gl1800

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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-23-2019, 09:19 AM
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I used the same one on my 2010 and my 2012, if I remember right it had over 110,000 miles of use and worked well.

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I used the same one on my 2010 and my 2012, if I remember right it had over 110,000 miles of use and worked well.
Great thank you.

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‘86 GL1200 Interstate
‘06 Suzuki Boulevard C50T
‘12 Suzuki Boulevard C50T
‘99 GL1500
‘07 Gl1800
‘10 Triumph Thunderbird SE
‘12 GL1800

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Just a word of caution, IF your bike is under warranty and it developes tranny Honda can void the warranty if you have a heel/toe shifter on it Just an FYI



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Just a word of caution, IF your bike is under warranty and it developes tranny Honda can void the warranty if you have a heel/toe shifter on it Just an FYI
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Is anyone using this particular heel/toe shifter? If so, would you recommend it?
https://wingstuff.com/products/2935-...kit-for-gl1800
Yes and yes. I had it on my 2012 Goldwing for five years and recently transferred it to my 2013 trike. Love it!
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I use the shifter along with floor boards on my 2012. It has been very dependable.
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I can't use the heel shifter with my feet on the running board. I have to twist my foot out to hit the shifter down.. my calves don't stretch that much anymore.. lol
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Had that setup for 10 years now, no issues at all. H&T shifter, boards (all 3 sets).

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Thanks to everyone. I ordered them and they should be here tomorrow. I was just curious about my boot fitting on the peg between the heel and toe without any interference. I hope they do what I want. My boots weren’t cheap and I hate marring up the toe.

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‘86 GL1200 Interstate
‘06 Suzuki Boulevard C50T
‘12 Suzuki Boulevard C50T
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