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Must be getting old.

Bought my first heated gear today. Jacket liner, controller and adapter for my battery tender pigtail

Next thing ya know, I'll be meeting Jammer, RR and Papaw in Fla every winter.
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Must be getting old.

Bought my first heated gear today. Jacket liner, controller and adapter for my battery tender pigtail

Next thing ya know, I'll be meeting Jammer, RR and Papaw in Fla every winter.
Yeah I was a youngster bout your age when I went heated gear. We'll leave the light on for ya down here.







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You will love it! Used mine yesterday morning and evening on the way home.
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Thanks Jammer

Jim do you use the loner? Gloves? Glove liners? What?
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I have an old Gerbings jacket liner, WD bought it for me probably about 12 years ago. Don't wear much more than a thin shirt under it and wear a good coat that breaks the wind and holds the heat in. Never needed more than that and heated grips and under armour under my riding overpants.
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I'm sure the newer microwire stuff is even better. What brand did you buy?
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"Old Gerbings" is what I had too Jim. Full gear, jacket liner, pants, socks & gloves. They will cook you! I woulda gone the new microwire but the old stuff worked as new when I sold them. Heated gear is an absolute must.







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I got the First Gear / Warm n Safe stuff. I asked about the new Gerbing stuff and was told it is made in China, whereas the First Gear stuff is American Made by the guys who used to make the old Gerbing stuff. I don't know...but Sportour had it in stock and I can go wring their necks if it isn't any good. It was also a lot less $ than the Gerbings.
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So no need for a wire harness or relays,just plug into tender line?

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I got the First Gear / Warm n Safe stuff. I asked about the new Gerbing stuff and was told it is made in China, whereas the First Gear stuff is American Made by the guys who used to make the old Gerbing stuff. I don't know...but Sportour had it in stock and I can go wring their necks if it isn't any good. It was also a lot less $ than the Gerbings.
That's what I've heard also.
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