Eventually, your Harley battery will need to be replaced. We show you how to install a new battery in your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. We'll show you the easiest ways to do this and which things to unplug. Whether you're replacing your battery with a lead-acid or lithium-ion, we will show you how. Don't waste your money paying a dealership to do this easy job. You can do it right in your very own shop or garage.
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Check out Battery Tenders
Make sure you use an appropriate battery tender when charging/tending your lithium-ion battery. These charges/tenders are a bit different than lead-acid chargers. A lithium-ion battery tender charges your battery to between 13-14 volts. A lead-acid battery tender charges the battery to about 12.8 volts. So, using the wrong charger/tender will either under or overcharge your particular motorcycle battery. I bought a Battery Tender Junior 12Volt 800mAh AGM, flooded, GEL, or lithium (LiFePO4) 022-0199-DL-WH dual that works for either a lithium-ion or lead-acid with the push of a button. Another great lithium-ion battery charger is the BikeMaster Lithium-Ion Battery Charger/Maintainer. Shop other motorcycle battery tenders here.