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Old 09-07-2019, 08:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2020s with E.S have a charging plug .

We uncrated a couple 2020 indys today , both had e.s and both had charging plugs comeing off the battery for a battery tender .
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We uncrated a couple 2020 indys today , both had e.s and both had charging plugs comeing off the battery for a battery tender .
yup i herd about that in a write up. that's pretty good for Polaris to do that.
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Old 09-08-2019, 10:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
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That is awesome.
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Standard now. My dealer have been putting them on every sled for years. Hopefully people use it. The batteries are not cheap and need maintained
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My dealer has done it as well for years.
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Its actually in the harness now not just wired to the battery post .
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Perhaps a dumb question - is there any harm in hooking up a trickle charger/battery tender to a battery while the battery is still hooked up in the sled? I was thinking about running the leads to my battery tender in my sled.
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Perhaps a dumb question - is there any harm in hooking up a trickle charger/battery tender to a battery while the battery is still hooked up in the sled? I was thinking about running the leads to my battery tender in my sled.

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Make sure to use a smart tender.....not a standard trickle charger
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Its actually in the harness now not just wired to the battery post .
that's even nicer. i've seen like 4-5 things wired direct to the battery. wiring nightmare at the battery. this is the way it should be. someone thinking at poo. good job.
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