k6ltr said:what's the proper way to use the battery tender? do i leave it plugged all winter long or what? anyone???
thanks man!fun2fly said:Yes, it has internal circuitry to maintain a certain voltage via cut-in and cut out limits. As they say on those infomercials, "Set it, and forget it" hahaha
And this would stop a thief from throwing your bike into a van how? Leave the battery in. It makes the bike heavier so the thieves have to work harder.palutz59 said:ya i got a battery tender jr from a suzuki dealer for the winter. I'm going to be taking the battery out though... another way to feel safer knowing that a thief will have a hell of a time getting out of the garage with no battery.
k6ltr said:thanks man!
oh really...well..... bring ur bike with u and we can meet up and we'll ride!!!lol....we hit our first snow a couple of days ago but it ain't stickin' cuz it aint too cold yet....fun2fly said:No problem k6ltr. Must be getting cool up your way these days. I might be heading up that way next summer on a cruise.
Are these what we need? $30 for 2 of them sounds good??
+1 Battery Tender bar none. been using mine for 4yrs and never had a problem, my dad has a couple he uses as well. very well priced as well.Jimmy 2 Times said:i hvae been using the same battery tender for about 7 years now. I use it for my bike, (my race bike when i had one) the law mower, the snow blower, and my car (it wasnt a DD)
never had a dead batter in any of them. Sounds to me like user error