Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Irvine, Kentucky
Breeze to remove... you'll need a philips-head screwdriver (#2), or a 10mm wrench or socket, depending on your stock screws/bolts.
IIRC (if it is the same as the '84 I had), there is only one bolt/screw that hold the battery bracket in place (right side of battery), swing the battery bar (holding all the electrical connectors) out of the way, disconnect the battery leads, and pull her out. I always disconnect the POS side first... safer...
Now, that being said... A fully charged battery typically will not freeze down to 70 or even 90 degrees below zero, while a fully discharged battery is susceptible to freezing at +32 degrees. So, if she is fully charged... freezing temps should not hurt it one bit.
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1999 CB750 NightHawk (son's ride)
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Last edited by Earthling789; 02-24-2012 at 01:24 PM.