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Aloha from the Big Island of Hawaii to all my Brother & Sisters Gilroy Riders out there! Shipped my Mojo Rider to Hawaii last year and ever since I got her on island I have not been able to use a plug-in trickle charger to keep the battery fresh as there is no power where I store the bike on the property. Bought a solar charger but lost my paperwork and don't know the brand or stats on the solar charger I purchased but it just isn't enough to keep the battery fresh. We checked for ground leakage and found. Can any of ya'll recommend a solar charger with some capacity that will help?
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Battery Tender maker Solar Chargers. I have never used one. Check Amazon and read the remarks on their site.
 

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Thanks Driver10! Got a suggestion from another forum to try a charge controller....Ever used one of them before?
 

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I use solar to charge my bike as my garage is all solar. A 12V controller works really well it keeps it from overcharging.
 
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