Originally Posted by ONandOFF
Spud, I think that's the wiser solution, capping, instead of introducing potential corrosion points to the wiring. I would cap it to prevent splashing or dripping from getting in but able to let some air across. Keep your eyes open and you'll spot something that'll work.
The area in which you live and ride reminds me of Canada!
Thank you for your input, OnO.
I'm not surprised my photographs remind you of Canada; Idaho shares a border with British Columbia.
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Spud Rider screwed with this post 03-23-2011 at 06:59 PM