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Old 03-09-2010, 03:37 PM
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Default Re: tourmaster heated gear field repair.

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Originally Posted by rodm850g
Guys,
thought about theirs but I started with Gerbings a pair of gloves,updated them to the new styl connectors and added a jacket liner. its not just a rheostat...I hang mine on the handle of my tank bag and route the power plug to the front of my seat....No failure yet on same controller...want a dual for the seperation of glove and jacket...might need more heat on old cold hands....love the heated collar of the Gerbings liner..
Rod
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I'm ready to pack this stuff away for a while ...
rod

I have the Gerbings with a dual thermostat controlling the jacket and gloves. I also hang the thermostat off the tankbag and adjust on the fly for either jacket or gloves. Mine is the old style-not micro wire but worked fine on a recent trip to Daytona and back.

I bought mine while at Bike Week couple of years ago during the last day of the show and the vendor discounted it heavily and even threw in the dual thermostat and leather carrier for the price of a single thermostat when I bought the jacket and the gloves.

Good stuff. Not sure I would have made it to Daytona in the frigid weather without it. When I got cramps in the shoulder while riding, I just cranked the gray controller on the thermostat up to increase the heat just to the jacket.

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