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    Cool Heated clothing.

    Tried fitting handlebar muffs but they block the mirrors so ended up with 'Warm and Safe' heated glove liners and to keep it simple their jacket liner as well. Can't believe how good they are, every day's a summer day! even with the DN's limited wind protection. Also no need to remove the glove liners when paying for fuel or replacing my helmet, result!

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    I bought a heated sweatshirt from Homedepot. It's made by Milwaukee Tools, and has a 12v rechargeable battery in one of the pockets. It really keeps me warm whenever it's needed. (about $100 Cdn on sale)

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    Nice job, waiting for an Amazon delivery of a 12v 20Ah lithium battery/jump starter as although the Dn's 450w alternator is fine, monitored on a V meter, another 310w bike is on the limit. I'll carry it always, especially useful with automatics!

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