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  1. Indian Scout
    My bike is stored outside (covered, of course) with no easy access to an outlet. Aside from the solar battery tender option, would the following scenario for the Indian Scout Bobber charging work? Use a Ryobi 150-Watt Powered Inverter with a Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion 4.0 Ah battery to...
  2. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I was just reading @Chief Signguru (speedy recovery Chief) review of his Wicked battery, and some of the comments it spurred, and it got me to thinking that there must be some reason that a battery will last so long for some folks, but not for others. So i thought we should get some of...
  3. Indian Chief Vintage
    I have a 2015 Vintage. The quick connect pigtail comes out the left side of the bike under the plastique rocker panel. The problem? The Indian proprietary connect is not a universal connect. The connector itself has two prongs extruding which means means I need a female coupler to use my...
  4. Indian Scout Sixty
    2017 scout sixty from the dealer last month. Went out of town and didn't ride it for 7 days and the battery is dead. This seems very unusual for a brand new (from the dealer) bike. I've had bikes sit for months without the battery dieing on me. Also, big question... The battery tender...
  5. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I had a quick question about installing a battery tender using the alligator clips that a lot of them come with. If I use these clips instead of the ring leads, do I still need to unscrew and remove the leads that connect the battery to the motorcycle? Or can I just leave them screwed in and...
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