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post #1 of 6 Old Apr 17th, 2007, 10:26 am Thread Starter
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vendor with battery tender and Paypal

Do we have a vendor here who sells Battery tenders, preferably with a BMW plug available? Would also want them to accept paypal. I know this should be in Betteries,but wanted most exposure.

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post #2 of 6 Old Apr 17th, 2007, 12:39 pm
 
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Thumbs up Maw

You'll be hard-pressed to find a cheaper price anywhere online...and, they accept PayPal. Motorcycle Accessory Warehouse

Their website sucks...but their prices and service are great. I bought my BT Plus from them, as did my brother.
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You're right - website is sucky, but the tender is ordered. Is it better to use the rings and plug or get a powerlet plug? I can get a powerlet cord from Raffy

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Another option, if you're looking around. I've ordered from these folks and delivery was quick and service was good.

BatteryTender.com
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You're right - website is sucky, but the tender is ordered. Is it better to use the rings and plug or get a powerlet plug? I can get a powerlet cord from Raffy
The unit will come with the cable needed to connect right to the battery . . . albeit with an SAE connector at the end. That's what I did on my LT. You could always buy the SAE to Powerlet adapter cable, then simply charge the LT via the front Powerlet port. So little time, so many options.
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post #6 of 6 Old Apr 18th, 2007, 7:13 am Thread Starter
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VAdiver: I looked at their site, but it would have been like $61 or something. From MAW it was $47, I think, delivered. Cheaper than just the charger on the battery tender site.

Joe,

I figured as much. I already have the SAE plug under the seat from PO. I figure it's no big deal to use that one.

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