2nd!!!dcal said:I have a charger that does car and deep cycle batteries, and it also has a 6 volt battery option.
Does anyone know if this type of charger/tender will work on a motorcycle? Also what is the volt and amperage for a motorcycle charger/tender?
+1 unless you plan on charging larger batteries the jr. should be fine for just a motorcycle. I bought a bigger one so I'd be able to help out my bro with his car if he ever needed it, but now that I think about it, I've never heard of a car battery needing to be charged where there was access to an electrical socket. Maybe if he left his lights on in the garge...?Scott R. Nelson said:The Battery Tender Jr. is good enough. The only significant difference between that and the regular one, as far as I'm concerned (and I have one of each), is the physical size and the number of lights on it.
Correct, except the start it every other week bit. Don't start the bike at all unless you can ride it for 20-30 minutes. You're much better off leaving the bike without starting it at all for six months than running it for a few minutes every other week. That just adds acids to the oil that would otherwise be burned off if you actually rode the bike.Mikesduc said:Thanks Scott, the info I needed. Plug it in, leave it be, start it up every other week, and ride in the spring. Regards, Mike