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post #1 of 8 Old Aug 13th, 2009, 8:03 am Thread Starter
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I need some help on where to find an adaptor to mate up the BMW heated vest, ( 02 K1200ltc, now on a 07 H-D Ultra Classic ) to the power outlet on the Harley-Davidson.
Has anybody seen / or done this ?????
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There are some options.. You might think about getting some SAE connectors... and wiring to the HD... don't forget the FUSE!!!!

Here's a great site:
http://www.powerletproducts.com/?powerlet.net
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I need some help on where to find an adaptor to mate up the BMW heated vest, ( 02 K1200ltc, now on a 07 H-D Ultra Classic ) to the power outlet on the Harley-Davidson.
Has anybody seen / or done this ?????
Thanks
Have you check www.aerostich.com or the powerlet site?
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Also check warm and safe website.
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Just get some dryer duct hose (it is available in a fashionable silver color now to match all the chrome) and put one piece behind each cylinder head, and with a little double sided tape and zip ties you can route them up each side of the tank to blow on your chest. Make use of all that heat and put it where you need it, not just on your legs!

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Just get some dryer duct hose (it is available in a fashionable silver color now to match all the chrome) and put one piece behind each cylinder head, and with a little double sided tape and zip ties you can route them up each side of the tank to blow on your chest. Make use of all that heat and put it where you need it, not just on your legs!


David, I wish HD would figure out a way to distribute the heat a little more effectively. In the summer I HATE red lights. Feels like I am sitting above two nuclear reactors. In the winter it can feel pretty good at times.

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this what you need?

http://www.powerletproducts.com/prod...socket-cable/3

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I'm a Warm & Safe Dealer

www.12voltclothing.com

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