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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-19-2009, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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Bike garage door opener

Nice mod once I get my own garage...


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What do you do once the garage door opener is banging the mailman when you get home?

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trust me i am not the same cock sucker i was a few years ago either and so on.
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What do you do once the garage door opener is banging the mailman when you get home?
Defective model - return it and get a new one

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i love it i love it. lol

he as two spare aka (kids) if somebody needs it.

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What do you do once the garage door opener is banging the mailman when you get home?
Well then since you won't get off the bike to open the garage door just go get you another garage door opener!
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If your bike as a FTP switch, you can wire in a garage door opener to it. Completely stealth and works well.
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haha

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If your bike as a FTP switch, you can wire in a garage door opener to it. Completely stealth and works well.
They also make remotes for your key ring. Its the size of your cars key less entry so it should be no problem. Saves all the wiring bs.
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-19-2009, 12:37 PM
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My bike doesn't use a key.... at least not in the tradition sense.

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post #13 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-19-2009, 12:38 PM
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Hahaha. Do those come in the male version as well? Silly me, I was going to add a new switch and connect my remote to it but this way seems way better!
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If you are single, you don't need that opener. I'd park my bikes in the living room.
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Had to go back and listen again, but yup, he calls it a hooter switch.
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I installed my garage door opener to my flash to pass switch. Works awesome. Most of the time it is open by the time I get to it. Probably can install it to the horn switch also.

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