Rust Busters, Hot Batteries, And Cool Chargers

MacDonald, Andrew
December 2010
RoadBike;Dec2010, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p62
The article offers some tips on how to maintain and repair motorcycles. It recommends to use the Caswell Motorcycle tank sealer when removing rust in motor vehicles. It mentions the significance of storing motorcycle batteries at home to prolong their service life. It also notes the need for these batteries to be charged for at least four hours to keep their good condition.


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