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Is there a easy place to hook up battery tender on 2005 hd heritage softail other than removing the seat.

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When I had my Softail, I used the battery wiring harness that came with the battery charger. It had a plug on it that could be tucked out the way, but readily available when needed.
I use the same setup on my 99 FLHT.
It looks like this....

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