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    Registered User rebake's Avatar
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    Cheap heat

    This may not work,but i am going to try it anyhow.Was at Wal-Mart earlier today with the wife and my mother and came across a 110 or 12volt back massager with heat.Since it only covers the back area i was hoping i could attach inside a cheap vest and plug into my acc plug on the gs.Will let you know if it works,but for 15 dollars at worst i will have a massage while i watch tv in the house this winter.Ed

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    Rally Rat
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    How 'bout sewing it into your riding pants for those without heated seats? Might be nice on the massage setting too...........

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    It actually comes with straps that would hold it on the seat!I slid it inside my savanna 2 liner and plugged it in while standing next to the bike in the garage,it got warm pretty quickly.Like i said-may not work but i have always liked to tinker with that kind of stuff anyhow. Ed

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    Innovation, I like people who try things, just because they can.

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    Heat

    Ebay for elec heat! takes time but pays off...

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    BUDDINGGEEZER
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    I sowed 30' of 30 gauge wire into a jacket liner. Installed an inline switch. Great heated jacket for $10 or less. I am now starting my 2nd year with it.

    Ralph Sims

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