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post #1 of 1 Old Dec 12th, 2005, 3:34 pm Thread Starter
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Location: Alexandria, VA, USA
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Question Battery Quick-Disconnect

It's that time of year again here in Virginia. The time of year I wished I had purchased a house with a garage. Of course, if I had moved up to a house with a garage, I couldn't have afforded an LT.

Nightly tempratures below freezing, snow on the ground and no guarentees of being able to ride from one weekend to the next add up to the following routine for me: put battery into bike; have a great ride; take battery out of bike; suffer withdraw while waiting for another chance to ride. Of course, I keep the battery on a tender in the basement.

I've now had lots of practice with connecting and disconnecting the battery and can probably do it as quickly as anyone. But there's got to be a better way.

Forklifts, golf carts, race cars, and other industrial vehicles have cabling designed for quickly connecting/disconnecting batteries. Does anyone know of a similar product for motorcycles?

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