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Old 07-24-2008, 02:02 PM   #61
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A BIG thanks to everyone that popped in to the booth during the rally in Gillette. It's always great to see who's really behind the avatar. As a bonus I got to have Gadget Boy set up right across from me. Heck, I even got to see him send someone to banned camp .

Over the next few days I'll be putting some of the products I added for the rally onto the website, including Adventure Medical Kits .

Thanks again for everyone that popped in..

Personally met you Tony, at your booth in Gillette. Youre a nice guy and thankful to the people who spend money with you. Kinda funny looking though! Rox Risers should be fine on my 1150GSA. I will bug you again when I am making calls in Waukesha. Take Care.
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Old 07-24-2008, 07:15 PM   #62
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Just ordered the RAM cradle for my SPOT. Looking forward to getting it!!!!

Thanks!


I spoke too soon about the SPOT holders and have since removed them from my OP and sent you an email with more information.

Sorry for the confusion..
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Old 07-24-2008, 07:17 PM   #63
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Kinda funny looking though! Rox Risers should be fine on my 1150GSA. I will bug you again when I am making calls in Waukesha. Take Care.
That's the nicest thing I've been told in a while ..

It was a pleasure to meet you finally although things were a bit crazy so I couldn't chat too long..

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Old 08-08-2008, 03:27 AM   #64
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SLIME PowerSport Tire Inflator Compressor

FINALLY back in stock is the cool and handy SLIME PowerSport Tire Inflator Compressor

This small compressor comes with a handy & rugged 6x6 case and comes with most of the electrical connectors you would want and is perfect for airing up your tires when you get off the trail and hit the road for the ride home.

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Old 08-12-2008, 07:50 AM   #65
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Just added to the shelves are some Legal Speeding products for those of us that like to be aware of our surroundings

First up is the basic Radar Detector Cover which is form fitting to your specific Radar Detector model.



Next up we have the Radar Detector Covers big brother in the Moto Locker Radar Detector Box .



Both of these covers will help protect your detector from the elements. The Radar Locker Box just helps provide a little more security for your gear.
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Old 08-25-2008, 02:50 PM   #66
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> And finally, Motorcycle Electrical Systems Troubleshooting and Repair Book for all of the Do-It-Yourselfers that want to have a better understanding of how the bikes electrical system works, including adding accessories (without releasing the magic smoke).

DOH!! I was asleep at the wheel for a while and let myself run out of the troubleshooting book .

Just got another batch in today so we're good to go again.

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Old 09-08-2008, 03:29 PM   #67
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Just added the latest Posi-Lock item to the toolbox.

This one is the Posi-Twist and it's another way to make inline connections easily if you don't want to solder or crimp.



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Old 10-06-2008, 05:34 PM   #68
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Ok, it's time for me to show a little KLR love.

The latest products added are geared towards the KLR rider and here are a few samples.

KLR LED Tail Light conversion kit

KLR Rear Master Cylinder Guard

KLR Handlebar Risers

And a few more items specifically for KLR's on the KLR page .
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Old 10-26-2008, 10:31 AM   #69
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With snow already flying in some parts of the country our latest additions might help get you your two wheeled fix during the upcoming winter.

We've added a few different titles to the selection of reading material in our Motorcycle Books section.

First up is The Essential Guide to Dual Sport Riding by Carl Adams. This book covers topics from selecting the right bike to advanced riding techniques and a lot of things in between.



Next is Blood, Sweat and 2nd Gear which covers topics like Injuries caused by accidents, Potential troubles on the road, and Fitness for Riding.




And for a little garage reading we have a How-To guide called Advanced Custom Motorcycle Wiring . It's focus may be for custom bikes but it should be helpful for anyone looking to learn a little more about the electrical system on the bike and is a great compliment to the Motorcycle Electrical Systems Troubleshooting and Repair Book .

We also announced new, LOWER pricing on the Baja Designs Soltek Fuego HID lights earlier this week http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=398416
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Old 11-03-2008, 06:18 PM   #70
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I started with the Blue Sea fuse block, then added the Centech AP-1 & AP-2, and now I've added the Fuzeblock, FZ-1 which has to be the most straighforward fuseblock install of all of them.

With the Fuzeblock FZ-1 you don't have to worry about external relays because the relay is built into it. Not only does it have the relay already taken care of but switching between constant power & switched power is as simple as moving a fuse to the left or right.



Fuseblock installs don't get any more straightforward than this.

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Old 11-04-2008, 09:41 AM   #71
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I started with the Blue Sea fuse block, then added the Centech AP-1 & AP-2, and now I've added the Fuzeblock, FZ-1 which has to be the most straighforward fuseblock install of all of them.

With the Fuzeblock FZ-1 you don't have to worry about external relays because the relay is built into it. Not only does it have the relay already taken care of but switching between constant power & switched power is as simple as moving a fuse to the left or right.



Fuseblock installs don't get any more straightforward than this.

This are a really great product, I have one on my GS12
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Old 11-05-2008, 07:01 AM   #72
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This are a really great product, I have one on my GS12
Yep... It may not be the greatest thing since sliced bread but it's got to be close
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Old 11-12-2008, 05:25 AM   #73
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I started with the Blue Sea fuse block, then added the Centech AP-1 & AP-2, and now I've added the Fuzeblock, FZ-1 which has to be the most straighforward fuseblock install of all of them.

With the Fuzeblock FZ-1 you don't have to worry about external relays because the relay is built into it. Not only does it have the relay already taken care of but switching between constant power & switched power is as simple as moving a fuse to the left or right.



Fuseblock installs don't get any more straightforward than this.

Thanks for the positive comments on the Fuzeblock !

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Old 11-12-2008, 09:31 AM   #74
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... I have one on my GS12...
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Old 11-14-2008, 09:24 PM   #75
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Can the relay be replaced if it ever fails?
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