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[OT] Laptop and motorcycles

On Mon, 2 Apr 2007 22:48:58 -0400
"Matt Galster" <galsterm at> wrote:

> On 4/2/07, Jerry Feldman <gaf at> wrote:
> > Thanks guys. I don't think it would be a problem. I'd like to hear from
> > Matt Galster on this too.
> >
> > --
> If money weren't an issue, I'd go with the toughbooks.  We use them
> for tactical/deployable situations, they kick them around on the
> aprons as they work on planes, and they take them on flights to
> support some programs.
> Perhaps go with an otherwise solid computer and put loctite blue on
> the fasteners?
> Most HDs (as do all v-twins, mine included) have a healthy dose of
> vibration.  By design at this point, as most designs use
> counterbalancers to get rid of all but the amount of vibration they
> want to keep.   I saw an HD this weekend where the owner had a sterio,
> 600W amp, and an mp3 player in a saddlebag.  I'd think if there were
> any troubles, he'd get skip & premature failure from the mp3 player.
> My concern would be moisture protection.  Unless they are good hard
> bags, weather can get in there.
Thanks, I'll pass the information on.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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