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Pretty bad day for this guy.

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by jeffie7, May 6, 2006.

  1. jeffie7

    jeffie7 Wrong Whole! VIP

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    ScrapinSi Senior Member

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    ok... so the guy's battery died... Big Deal... i've done that a few times lately in the crv... damn driver door switch is broken.
     
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    I guess you have to ride to understand. =)

    besides nothing gives you a more shitty feeling then not having your wallet on you while you're stranded.

    money talks. good luck finding people to help you.
     
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    ep3moschini I R T3H NO00Bz!

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    thats why he should have a batery tender at home to keep it charged when he dosent ride :ph34r:
     
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    How would that have helped him? Suzukis have this thing where you turn the key past the off spot and it turns on the taillight/headlight (hazards lights) for when you leave the bike on the side of the road. anywho he left his lights on so it killed the battery.

    If he had a tender on hand it would have helped slowly recharge it but only if he could find an outlet and wait a few hours.
     
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    I guess I"m glad that I don't have that kickstand kill switch on my bike. Plus, the fork lock and ignition are two completely different key slots so there is no way I could fuck that up.
     
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