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Turn ignition on, pull out choke, thumb starter, thumb starter again, idle for a 1-3 minutes depending on temps (18 degrees late this afternoon), dirt bike the Heritage out the 1/2 mile hilly driveway, accelerate slowly and brake slowly on snowy roads, enjoy no bugs, return to garage after a great ride and many extended looks from others, let bike cool, be anal and clean it, cover it. Repeat soon. :cool:
 

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sfarson, nice bike. My sister-in-law got me a Franklin Mint die cast model for Christmas. It's a replica of yours. You can get one for three easy payments of $45:D or 135 green ones. BTW, love your winterizing method. Did the same yesterday:D Merry Christmas
 

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sfarson said:
Turn ignition on, pull out choke, thumb starter, thumb starter again, idle for a 1-3 minutes depending on temps (18 degrees late this afternoon), dirt bike the Heritage out the 1/2 mile hilly driveway, accelerate slowly and brake slowly on snowy roads, enjoy no bugs, return to garage after a great ride and many extended looks from others, let bike cool, be anal and clean it, cover it. Repeat soon. :cool:
Thats the way everyone should do their winterizing. Got out fer a3hr ride yesterday, perfect. For today we have much frozen rain and snow, snow , snow. Keep putten on those miles.
 

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Now that's how winterizing should be done! And great picture!
 

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sfarson,

My favorite way of winterizing my bike is to put on EXTRA LAYERS OF CLOTHING , and when the bike is not in use for a day or two I add a battery tender. By the way rode the wheels off of her today, temp. reached 60. No need for the extra layers today!!!!!!

NICE RIDE::)
 
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