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Fort Worth, Texas (October 29, 2008) – BikeMaster a Leading PowerSports brand released an All-New State-of-the-Art Battery Charger for all PowerSport customer needs. The release comes just in time for the cold weather months. The new ChargeMaster 365TD completes a fulline of BikeMaster battery chargers. This exciting product is now available from your local PowerSports dealers, through Tucker Rocky Distributing. Use our dealer locator on our consumer web-site www.PowerSportRider.com, to find the nearest dealer.

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ChargeMaster 365TD

• Triple mode, 7 stage charger

• Assesses battery connection polarity

• Analyzes and diagnoses battery condition

• Recovers mildly and/or heavily discharged batteries

• Bulk charges batteries quickly

• Monitors voltage retention and battery condition

• Maintains battery with low current if the voltage drops below a set limit

• Extra long cables for ease of use

• Secure-grip alligator clips

• Weatherproof fuse holder

• Permanent connectors with weatherproof cap

• 3 Charge rates: MOTORCYCLES (600ma), CARS /BOATS (3600ma) & BOOST (for AGM batteries and cold weather charging)

• Suitable for AGM batteries that require a higher charge voltage

• Especially useful for charging batteries in freezing weather.

• Backlit LCD display for use in low light conditions

• Displays real-time charging rate, including voltage and amperage

• Designed to be connected for months or even years at a time (winter storage)

• Battery condition monitor indicates if the battery is able to hold a charge or is in need of replacement.

• Wall bracket and extra long cables for convenient garage use

• The ChargeMaster 365TD is suitable for all 12V battery types up to 130Ah including: Gel, MF and lead acid

Suggested Retail Price $89.95

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