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Old 06-20-2011, 08:53 PM
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Fuse box cover :)

My first post to this forum a couple of weeks ago was about my 07.650 being stuck in the middle of no where,when all i could get out of it was flickery dash lights then aventually nothing.
All it was was the 2 30amp fuses at the back of the bike full of mud and water then one aventually blew,with no general knowledge of the bike at that time (only had it for a week,first ride out)and not knowing they were there (as the fuse box was just a mud ball) it ment a long tow home.
I believe the later bikes have a cover that covers the electrics near the right rear tire and may stop that from happening,but for those of you that dont,heres a idea , cut up a old oil container,zip tie/cable tie it on and they stay as dry as a bone!!
After a long hard ride through thick mud,water,and muskeg Sunday,i cut the container off to see how wet the electrics got....And the result Just a few water marks on the casing of the fues box (second picture)no mud on anything!!
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:59 PM
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Cool idea!
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Good job. What year is you machine?
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Its an 07 650.
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Yep its a 2007

Thanks Guys,it may not be the prettyist,but it works
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need help locating the rear fuses can't seem to find them
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