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HARLEY DAVIDSON ROAD TECH HA90

WILL THIS UNIT ONLY WORK WITH A 64MB SCAN DISK OR CAN I USE A 2.0GB SCAN DISK?

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  • daddy o 1 Apr 30, 2009

    i have tried a 2g and it will not play.
    i have used a 512m and it will work.
    i will try a 1g and see if that will work.


  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    What brand of 1gig do you use?

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I own the player on my 2004 HD Softail Deuce. I have a catalog of various sizes of sd cards from my original 64mb up to 2gb. The problem you are having could be that you have the music in WMI instaed of having converted it to the mp3 format with your windows player. Be sure to use the lowest quality when converting to the mp3 as you will not notice the difference in the playback. Also do not be surprised that you cannot get what you think on a 2 gig sd card. One of my 2 gig cards has the entire Led Zeppelin studio catalog including some various Robert Plant solo songs from his various albums. I buy my sd cards from Microcenter here in Ohio for around $7.00 each. The local wal-marts are making a killing with 512mb for around $15.00 each, so shop around for the cards you need.

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I can use a 1G card in mine.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

  • intewedm6056 Mar 20, 2011

    When all else fails read the directions. 1 gig is the maximum size card it will accept!

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Does anyone know where I can get the ha90
Repaired at.

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