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    My bike now has a much better stereo than the old crappy cassette deck I've had in the shop forever. So, I keep the Battery Tender plugged in and listen to music from the bike while I'm working in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak-rider View Post
    Sure, batteries die. But sadly, they overwhelmingly die from either neglect or abuse, rather than from old age.

    You damn skippy that they die from neglect. It's the human condition that they die from neglect, we tend to ignore battery condition until it is too late! I speak as the voice of experience on this topic!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiramsaint View Post
    You have a black X with a fairing. Instinctively, I know you ride yours, thus, you have no need for a battery tender.


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