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  • JPokerwinski ·
    yea i thought you would like that. I will email you the instructions for both and a picture i took of my remote at home. i got a switch from the dealer for my driving lights that fits in that spot for $20.
    I am not sure what I am going to do with this but I know I do not like being hustled.
    JPokerwinski ·
    Hey Paul... Hope all is well with you! I just wanted to let you in on something that I discovered. In one of your videos you did you showed how to install the MO-Door garage door opener. I thought, I need one of those because i did what you did before. Velcro the remote. Well I ordered one and they guy sent me the programming instructions. I thought.. gee these look real familiar. So I went and looked at my CLICKER UNIVERSAL remote instructions that i got from Lowes for $30 and they are basically Identical. And looking at the picture of the circuit board inside the Mo-door, it looks identical to my universal clicker. I am thinking all this guy did was buy a bunch of these for $30 add a cheap switch and sell them at twice the price. When i get mine I will look at the circuit board and see if it is the same. If it is then this guy is at the very least violating copyright laws. If it is the same, I may ask for my money back...

    Just thought I would let you know
    Jim
    JPokerwinski ·
    Well when I got the bike up on the lift. My wife said, wow you have no tread on the rear tire. onoy 8000 miles on them. I was going to wait until spring but there is a good 2 months of riding yet so it looks like tires. Then I am putting on a PCV .
    JPokerwinski ·
    Hey Paul. Just wanted to tell you.... You were right. I changed out my main breaker and after I tried getting that one top bolt off I said screw it. Off came the lowers. Just a little more work but so much less aggrevation . And w hole I had it all apart I did some maintenance . I know you don't have a lift but it made it soon much easier
    Jim
    JPokerwinski ·
    I am going to replace that main breaker this weekend. especially after i heard so much about the crap they put in. I have a BUSSMAN I got at Advance Auto. I will post some pics of that block I got when i make some mods to it.
    Jim
    JPokerwinski ·
    Hey Paul
    I was watching the video on the 40 circuit breaker replacement. Question. Couldn't you just remove the cover (last piece in the video) and not the lowers? I have my bike on the lift and my strap goes through the crash bar and I would either tie down elsewhere or do t on the floor and with artificial knees it's hard to kneel.
    Just curious
    Jim
    JPokerwinski ·
    Paul
    After I sent the message I saw your video. Didn't know you did one on that. I think bussman makes one too. They are all the same.... From China :).
    By the way there really a 5 mm hex head? Did they run out of standard sizes? Lol
    I have a lift I got from harbour freight. It makes working on the bike soon much easier
    I crank the bike up , sit on my seat and go to work. I also just got a wide platform jack that fits under the bike while on the lift so I can jack up the rear of the bike while on the lift. Oh yea, I just got a powerblock that I am going to put on. I am going to put some pictures on. The only thing I didn't like about it was the back side of the circuit board, the power traces are exposed so there is a potential that something could sort it out, so I bought a can of spray on rubber electrical tape to coat it.
    Jim
    JPokerwinski ·
    Hey Paul
    Where did you get that power block in ne of your videos. I need to add a block and change out my rats nest before it becomes unmanageable .
    Jim
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