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mattbeau
Winter in Quebec is cold, boring and we received an new 4-5 inches of snow last night. So, to change my mind, I want to share a little something funny (or not). I don't know if something like that already happened to one of you, but it seems that the air filter is a good place for squirrel to hide food for winter...
 
I saw this when removing battery few weeks ago... Hope to see if I will have a new surprise when replacing it this spring!!
 
 
 
 
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johnakay
glad we don't have that problem.lol

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motomeek
WHOA LOL

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peteinpa
That would be a mouse not a squirrel. Anytime your bike doesn't run right or even start, suspect rodent action. Where did he get all the pumpkin seeds?

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qldnat
There was a post on here before about the same issue. Anyone remember that?
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Cruizin
There was a post on here before about the same issue. Anyone remember that?
 
cant fid it now, but there have been numerous posts about this every winter since I created this forum, lol. Damn critters!
 
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Mr.Puss
I dont have rodents near my bike but just in case.....After I removed the snorkel (and threw in a K&N), I stripped the mesh from the stock filter and used it as a barrier screen under the plastic plate.
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sorkyah
Happens every year.
Down here in phoenix we dknt have that issue, but i still have a small guard over the filter for when im in LA and the squirrels, chipmunks, and mice/rats are abound
This is very similar to what i have
 

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Beemer
Nuts are high in protein and an good source of fuel. Throw some raisins in there too. 8-|
 
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ducttapewd40
One of the reasons I don't kill the snakes on my property. I like to think of them as little guardians of my house and garage from rodents.
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sorkyah
One of the reasons I don't kill the snakes on my property. I like to think of them as little guardians of my house and garage from rodents.
 
But the snakes taste soo goood

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madcofz
Ha!  I found the exact same thing here in Illinois!  A mouse raided my bird seed and filled my air cleaner.  It must be a hot spot for rodents. I plug up my exhaust in the winter, but I think I'll put some traps under the bike too!
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ducttapewd40
One of the reasons I don't kill the snakes on my property. I like to think of them as little guardians of my house and garage from rodents.
But the snakes taste soo goood
I do accidentally hit them with the lawn mower once in a while.  Next time I'll throw it on the grill.
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