What brand Battery Tender?


5 replies to this topic
  • Sycamore

Posted November 27, 2010 - 07:09 AM

#1

I bought one of the light weight battery replacements for the wr and need to purchase a battery tender, since the bike goes long periods before riding.

Which one are you guys using?


ps- I did a search and either my computer is crap or the servers are busy, but it is PAINFULLY slow. SO thanks:worthy:

  • BajaFool

Posted November 27, 2010 - 08:37 AM

#2

The Battery Tender Jr. is more than adequate.

  • wanawakeboard

Posted November 27, 2010 - 08:48 AM

#3

get yourself a deltran battery tender JR

http://cgi.ebay.com/...4=263602_304642
These charge in a staging system so they are designed for motorcycle batteries and wont just put a constant trickle like the harbor freight ones do. Plus it has two sets of clamps one is alligator clips and the other has ring terminals so you can connect it and leave it on the bike, then just plug it in... no need to get back to the battery every time you want to maintain it, I slipped my connector just over my side panel by the rear fender (tuck it in when riding) then fish about 1 inch out plug it in and leave it for weeks if needed and never had a problem... hope this helps

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  • billy the kidd

Posted November 27, 2010 - 08:54 AM

#4

i just went by pcp motorsports in sacramento yesterday and they have a huge pile of those battery tender jr. for 19 dollars ,, i bought two one for the dirt bike and one for the harley

  • byggd

Posted November 29, 2010 - 06:11 AM

#5

I picked one up at Harbor Freight Tools for under 5 bucks when on sale. Been working great for over 3 years now.
http://www.harborfre...rger-42292.html

  • kawi380

Posted November 29, 2010 - 12:21 PM

#6

get yourself a deltran battery tender JR

http://cgi.ebay.com/...4=263602_304642
These charge in a staging system so they are designed for motorcycle batteries and wont just put a constant trickle like the harbor freight ones do. Plus it has two sets of clamps one is alligator clips and the other has ring terminals so you can connect it and leave it on the bike, then just plug it in... no need to get back to the battery every time you want to maintain it, I slipped my connector just over my side panel by the rear fender (tuck it in when riding) then fish about 1 inch out plug it in and leave it for weeks if needed and never had a problem... hope this helps


:thumbsup: don't waste your time with anything else.




 
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