FMH LIVE: November 2017

Bob LaRosa reviewed proper storage and all aspects of storage whether it’s long term, short term or seasonal. He addressed batteries, fluids and proper protection from the elements for inside or outside storage. He reviewed possible tire damage due to improper storage and correct re-start up regardless of the length of storage. He also addressed questions at the end. Watch Now.


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26 Responses to “FMH LIVE: November 2017”
  1. David

    If I need to pull out the battery for winter lay up to trickle charge it at another location due to no power at the storage unit, should I leave the ignition switch to auxilary position or to on ,like when starting up the bike to run position ? or just leave it in straight off position .

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  2. joe

    mice- have had good luck using “bounce” fabric softener sheets
    stuffed in exhaust, stuffed under seats, tanks, in fairing,,,,
    no longer have chewed wires, stuffed exhaust,,,,,
    works well in travel trailers also.
    southeast mich mice dont like it

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  3. Frank

    Thanks for the lesson. Wow. I do a pretty good job of storing my bike, but you put a whole lot more out into the light. Gonna have to make some changes. Great Job.

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  4. Dennis

    Hi Dennis, Great info. Bob shared in that live video, thanks to all of you at Fix My Hog.

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  5. Allan Hewitt

    very good information and instructions on preparing my motorcycles for winter storage. thanks again for the above info.

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  6. John

    Thank you…Bob, you are my encyclopedia…You make it very clear, concise, and understandable. Thank you for sharing your expertise.

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    • Dennis Santopietro

      Hi John, Thank you. I’ll pass along the kind words to Bob. Wrench Safe, Dennis

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    • Dennis Santopietro

      Hi Gynts, HD, Bonnie or Vespa – make sure to watch the video and Bob’s suggestions.

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    • Dennis Santopietro

      Hi Paul, Bob runs through a few things in the video to mind whether storing inside or out.

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  7. Ian Wave

    Dear Bob,
    Thank you so much for your time, I always try to make time to watch your videos and do enjoy them termendously and learn from your knowledge and experience.
    Have a wonderful holiday season.

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