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I have a 2003 Big Bear and want to get a spare key for it. Turns out, that in my area, only the Yamaha dealer has the blanks and they want $7.50 !!! to make a spare key. Even Honda, which is supposed to be pricey, only wants $3.50. $7.50 to grind a spare key!; I can get a car or house key ground at Walmart for $1.50. What gives with this outrageous price?
I will be off in the woods for 2 weeks without electricity or generator and want to use the bike charging system to recharge a 12v utility battery I use for lighting in camp. My idea is to run the utility battery down to 11.0volts (while lighting at nite), then connect it to the bike battery during the 5 - 6 hours I would be riding during the next day. I am hoping it would come close to being fully recharged during that time. Bike is a 1997 Explorer 400 4x4 with a new battery. Anyone any idea how well this recharging would work and/or if this would damage the bike charge system?? I would try it first with no lites or accessories on. Also thought it would be good to allow both batteries to become kind of voltage balanced (battery leaching)before starting the bike to reduce the initial charging. load.
Glendale, AZ - Machine Trix is proud to introduce their Billet Spare Tire Carrier system. It is mounted to 1.5" or 1.75" tubing in any direction. This is a complete bolt-on system with no welding required. The T-Handle that secures the spare also serves as a lug wrench and comes with handle grips. Machine Trix UTV Industry News UTVGuide.net More...