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**SOLD** Jacket Controller and Pants Controller

I have for sale two Sedici Hotwired controllers, one for the jacket (identical with Amazon.com: SEDICI HOTWIRED Jacket Controller: Automotive) and one for the pants (identical with Amazon.com: SEDICI HOTWIRED Pants Controller: Automotive). I used it only once and decided to go to dual controller.
The controllers are interchangeable, the only difference is the length of the connecting cables.
I would like $25 (each ) + shipping.

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I have for sale two Sedici Hotwired controllers, one for the jacket (identical with Amazon.com: SEDICI HOTWIRED Jacket Controller: Automotive) and one for the pants (identical with Amazon.com: SEDICI HOTWIRED Pants Controller: Automotive). I used it only once and decided to go to dual controller.
The controllers are interchangeable, the only difference is the length of the connecting cables.
I would like $25 (each ) + shipping.

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BUMP. I'm open to offers.

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I don't know anything about these controllers other than all Sedici gear has a lifetime warranty and Cycle Gear has a liberal return policy. So if the deal is right this is a safe bet. Perhaps you could make Spyke1019 or another DIY'er a deal they can't refuse.
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I don't know anything about these controllers other than all Sedici gear has a lifetime warranty and Cycle Gear has a liberal return policy. So if the deal is right this is a safe bet. Perhaps you could make Spyke1019 or another DIY'er a deal they can't refuse.
I'm open to offers Ken

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The controller with long cables image-2871651070.jpg
packed and shipped to Ken.
The other one
image-2500910616.jpg
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The controller with long cables Attachment 91426
packed and shipped to Ken.
The other one
Attachment 91434
still available.
Thanks again Todi.

I got this one to replace the toggle switch I've been using on my insoles which I wear in sub freezing conditions.

As I mentioned earlier, ya can't beat this deal. Sedici has a lifetime warranty and Cycle Gear has a no questions asked return policy. I was there today exchanging a throttle lock I bought back in November. They didn't bat an eye about it.

Somebody should snag the other one pronto.
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The controller with long cables Attachment 91426
packed and shipped to Ken.
The other one
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Controller arrived today. Can't wait to try it out. Thanks again Todi.
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Controller arrived today. Can't wait to try it out. Thanks again Todi.

That was fast, for ones, USPS delivered. You're welcome Ken, let me know

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I stayed up late last night and got the bike back together. 38f and raining this morning - the controller works great. Very easy to operate.
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the controller works great. Very easy to operate.


You didn't take another "rain picture" did you?

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You didn't take another "rain picture" did you?
What rain?



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Good grief ken, ur bike is more of an up armored road destroyer, when are you gonna slap some studs on it and head fer the top of Everest?

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Good grief ken, ur bike is more of an up armored road destroyer, when are you gonna slap some studs on it and head fer the top of Everest?
Didn't you see the pictures from his VA trip few years back?

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Didn't you see the pictures from his VA trip few years back?
No, must have missed that

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This is an experiment. An otherwise minor issue I had with my heated glove liners was the extra time they required donning and doffing during iron butt fuel stops. I decided to try heated grips and bar muffs instead. Now that the work is done, I'm not yet sure it was a good idea. We'll see.

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Todi,

Controller just arrived - checking it out now but looks great.
Thanks.

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Controller just arrived - checking it out now but looks great.
Thanks.

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Glad to hear Dean, enjoy it.

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