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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-19-2011, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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I was looking for the plug in for the battery tender on my 2011 FLTRUSE and after taking the seat saddlebag and right side cover off I found it. It was strapped to the frame in front of the rear brake disc. Is this where they are supposed to be? In order to plug in your tender you have to take half the bike apart?


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Hum!? Mine comes out on the right side just under the seat next to the rear jug. If you already have it apart just reroute it.

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Hum!? Mine comes out on the right side just under the seat next to the rear jug. If you already have it apart just reroute it.
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Same area here right below right cover right near right passenger floorboard.

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Agreed, just reroute it. Mine comes out from under the seat. I also use it for my electric vest. I plug my tender in at home after just about every ride.

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Just make sure you tuck it back safe. They tend to not hold up to sitting against the pipe for any amount of time...... ask me how I know.






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Mine is hanging down behind the trans side cover, down by the dipstick.
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