$63 is the savings off the list price, Jeff, for an OEM unit. A used one would save $160. But there is a chance a used one may be bad as well or go bad soon, it's risky. Besides, it was work enough taking a relatively clean one off my car in my carpeted garage. To do the job out in a junkyard...
Well, the new canister came in this morning, and thanks to a doctor cancelling my appointment at the last minute, I had some time.
So, it's back together. I'll run it to the gas station after a shower and some lunch. Here's crossing my fingers. X
Oh, and the diagnostic module, I think is actually in that holder, just left of the canister. I didn't realize there were two pieces in there until I took it apart.
A little while back John was talking about how to properly keep batteries charged.
I tried to find it and I came up with this post that is not open for comments.
"They're Lithium Ion. Can be charged at anytime. So can nickel metal hydride. But, Ni-cads, they like to be almost fully discharged...
I want to put in a recommendation here:
IF, one of you lives in the states, USA...
and you have an RV, or a camper, that can be set up in a RV park, or suitable place with sewer, electric, water, or at their home if they have 30 amp service available and space to park it......
And, IF, you...
I lived in Mesa, Arizona for 20 years+ and was a member of a flying club there.
I have flown over these mountains many times, but I never, ever, got down in the chasms themselves.
I have driven up the road a few times, and rode my gl1500 up that road several times.
That place is just majestic...
My sister in Price, Utah just sent me a message, her husband's daughter Laurie is showing symptoms.
[3/25/20 10:57 PM] Josie Cell:
Daughter Laurie has all the symptoms of the
illness and is on home quarantine. I'm worried.
She is immunocompromised due to radiation