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Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:14 am
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http://savannah.craigslist.org/mcy/3279483430.html

Quote:
INTRODUCING MOTORCYCLE COOLING
FOR YOUR BACK AND SHOULDERS

THE RESERVOIR MAINTAINS WATER WITH ICE AT 42 DEGREES
PUMPS THIS WATER TO THE BACK PACK; AND CIRCULATES THIS
COLD WATER; AND RETURNS TO RESERVOIR.

WATER IN RESERVOIR STAYS FOR 2HOURS BEFORE HAVING TO
RE-CHARGE WITH NEW ICE. HAS BEEN TESTED AT 70MPH AND
REMAINS COLD.

MATERIAL ON BACK PACK IS MADE OF TYVEK TO REPEL MOISTURE;
THUS ADDING TO THE COOLING AFFECT.

UNITS CAN BE MADE FOR SINGLE RIDER; OR DOUBLE. MUST HAVE A TRUNK OR
SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE SIZE OF UNIT; WHICH IS: 12" LONG X 9" HIGH X 9" WIDE.

BACK PACK ATTACHES TO FRONT OF THE RIDER BY MEANS OF HOOK AND LATCH.
THE RIDER ATTACHES THE LATCH PART OF THE TAB TO FRONT OF SHIRT
OF HIS CHOICE BY SUPER GLUEING SMALL TAB ON FRONT AFTER ALIGNMENT
OF STRAPS HAS BEEN CONFIRMED; THEN ATTACH THE SMALL TAB INCLUDED IN KIT.

ONCE RIDER ARRIVES AT DESTINATION; TO RELEASE UNIT PULL FRONT TAB ON FRONT
OF SHIRT TO RELEASE.

ALTERATIONS TO TRUNK WILL MEAN DRILLING THREE ?" HOLES IN BOTTOM OF
TRUNK TO PASS NEOPREME HOSES AND ONE ELECTRIC SUPPLY 12VOLT WIRE THAT WILL
BE ATTACHED TO TOGGLE SWITCH AND CONNECTED TO 12VOLT BATTERY TERMINAL.
THE OTHER GROUND WIRE SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO FRAME OF MOTORCYCLE; AND
ONE MORE HOLE IN THE BOTTOM LEFT HAND BACK CORNER OF TRUNK FOR OVERFLOW
DRAINAGE.



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