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Hi ,i know its been on here before but its worth jogging your memorys again
If your storing you bike over winter ,worth blocking your air intakes or putting mesh on them.
Picks of what i found in mine
THAT FILTERS NOT BEEN CHANGED IN YEARS BY THE LOOK OF IT .
 

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looks like it had plenty of 'life' left in it.
just not the kind that you want for your bike :)
 

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Are the mice that live there considered "biker trash"?
Do the youngsters get teased in school?
Not all rodents can live inside the walls of a nice house.

Have a little compassion. You act as if this is "all about you"!
 

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Please know that once they find a place to hide, they deposit markers so they can return. A reasonable insurance effort for the air horn on a Wing or other vehicle is included here, Mouse Proof your GL1800 Air Filter • GL1800 DIY Articles • goldwingdocs.com. The mice ate through my cabin filter in the truck. They nested in the circulating fan. When I started the truck the fan sounded like a thunder roll. The mouse was killed by the spinning fan and the blood and guts were blown into the HVAC system. I needed a new fan ($125) and it took me 2 days to clean all the duct work with vinegar. If you suspect trouble with mice then you might consider the wire mesh as cheap insurance.
 
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