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Installed Battery Tender Plug, came out real nice.

Got tired of pulling the seat every day. Got a euro style plug and socket off amazon. Super nice quality.
Installed in a very convenient location that is almost invisible.


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post #2 of 21 Old 11-03-2014, 07:48 AM
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I tried to give some of those euro connectors away and could'nt.

Being ignored has its advantages I guess!

Better check to see how many I have left....

Nicely done, and it can be used for so much more!

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I tried to give some of those euro connectors away and could'nt.

Being ignored has its advantages I guess!

Better check to see how many I have left....

Nicely done, and it can be used for so much more!
You have some connectors like this for free?!

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You have some connectors like this for free?!
I did have - I'll check and see what I have left tonight.

Like a smaller size cigarette lighter outlet, right?

Also have some military style outlets with a screw on cap, somewhere -

Here is what I had as of a month ago:
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PPL-001 12V Basic Plug & PS0-003 Powerlet Waterproof Socket Outlet
PPL-003 12V Super Plug & PS0-003 Waterproof Military Type Socket Outlet
PPL-004 12V Right Angle Low Profile Plug & PS0-003 Waterproof Outlet Socket
AAC-001 Cigarette Insert to Socket Metal Adapter with Neoprene Cap Powerlet
PAC-007 Cigarette Socket to Socket Y-Cable Powerlet Adapter
PAC008-18 Basic Plug To SAE 18" Cable Powerlet
PAC-028 Powerlet To Two Cigarette Sockets
PPC-001 Powerlet 4-Pin Coil Cord Garmin III+ V Streetpilot
PPC-001-60 Powerlet 4-Pin Cord 60" Garmin III+ V Streetpilot
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That screw on cap style would work great on the XRL, if you've got extra plugs I'd be in for 2, one for the 9er and one for the XRL


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Cool. I'd be in for a spare cigarette style power outlet cap if you have any. The military style is cool but Idk what would work with my generic plug.

Lmk what you have. Thanks!

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Nice job! I like the location where you installed it. I put one in a few years ago on the left side cover. I use mine to plug the battery tender in and also heated gear.
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Cool. I'd be in for a spare cigarette style power outlet cap if you have any. The military style is cool but Idk what would work with my generic plug.

Lmk what you have. Thanks!
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That screw on cap style would work great on the XRL, if you've got extra plugs I'd be in for 2, one for the 9er and one for the XRL
I have 3 extra's left - which is just enough for you two.

PM me with where you want them shipped

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umm ummm ummm Mistah Kotter!!!!! Mistah Kotter!!!

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Excellent, Thanks Steve


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I did the same thing on my 9er a few years ago! Good job!

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I plan on having luggage and a rack keeping me from easily removing the seat, so I decided on having an inconspicuous external 12v socket-













The outlet is fused coming directly off of the battery so the socket will also act as a charging port

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Great idea, thanks for posting. Getting to the battery on the 9er is.....awful. I'd love to put a battery tender on.

Steve, any more plugs??

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Great idea, thanks for posting. Getting to the battery on the 9er is.....awful. I'd love to put a battery tender on.

Steve, any more plugs??
I'm away until Friday, may have one super discounted set left, and a couple still on eBay I think.

Harrisburg PA is my home this week - "Mechanicsburg", to be exact.

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I'm away until Friday, may have one super discounted set left, and a couple still on eBay I think.

Harrisburg PA is my home this week - "Mechanicsburg", to be exact.
That's just 3 hrs east of me. Lovely area, haha.

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That's just 3 hrs east of me. Lovely area, haha.
Charlotte still had color in the trees, but yes, it is a very nice area.

Landed a decent rental car, have to pay the $50.00 upgrade out of pocket, but with only 22 miles and a GT badge, well, I could not say no!

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Got my plugs from Steve, thanks! Going to put them handlebar mounted for accessories.

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That's just 3 hrs east of me. Lovely area, haha.
Charlotte still had color in the trees, but yes, it is a very nice area.

Landed a decent rental car, have to pay the $50.00 upgrade out of pocket, but with only 22 miles and a GT badge, well, I could not say no!

6 speed stick surprised me..,,,

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Got my plugs from Steve, thanks! Going to put them handlebar mounted for accessories.
Cool, glad the care package made it!

I'm blown away by this rental car, I never expected it to be as fast as it is.

I googled it, 425HP and 400ft/lb torque - and I believe it!

If I make it through the week without wrecking it, killing myself in it or at a minimum getting a ticket - It's a miracle!

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Mine were wedged into my mailbox when I got home too, Thank you again.
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