I finally found a decent thermometer.

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by GarrettRB, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. SgtDuster

    SgtDuster Long timer

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    It's not about my bike, really. I don't have a thermometer on my bike but if someone wants to install one on his own bike, why not?
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  2. davek181

    davek181 Long timer

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    I buy a cheap indoor outdoor thermometer and clock from Walmart and zip tie it to my master cylinder hose for ease of viewing. It is not waterproof but really doesn't get saturated unless I am not careful washing the bike. Usually I just slide it out of it's zip tie roost and wash the bike, then slide it back in after washing

    At the low Wamart price, even if it gets destroyed, who cares.
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  3. urbanXJ

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  4. DirtyBlackIrish

    DirtyBlackIrish Been here awhile

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    I used one of those when I was an over the road trucker. Worked great and never let me down. Passed it on with the truck when I sold it.
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  5. Mr. B

    Mr. B Contrarian

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    I want to know just how miserable I should feel.:D
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