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If you still didn't mouse proof the air intake here is another idea :cool:

Take your old air filter and cut off the tabs holding the mesh screen on the bottom of the filter body.
Cut the screen out of the frame, pick you screen (there are two from different "densities" of the screen) and put on a flat surface. Cut in half, there is enough to do both sides..... Put your plastic intake pc. on the top and bend all the edges. Secure with a cable tie (or anything you prefer) and bend the edge of the screen over the cable tie backwards so it won't slip. And whoa-la, you are done. You have recycled part of the filter and didn't cost you a penny, or any time to search for the material to accomplish this task. I forgot to take picture while it was still outside the bike so forgive me for "bad" picture. But you'll have an idea......

 

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Brilliant! :shock:
 

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That's OK but I've already explained to the mice in my garage to stay away from my bikes!!! :cool:
 

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All you need to do is catch one and roast him on a skew over an open flame in the middle of the garage. When the others hear him squeal and smell him cooking, they head for the hills...at least it worked for my neighbors uninvited cat! :lol:
 

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All you need to do is catch one and roast him on a skew over an open flame in the middle of the garage. When the others hear him squeal and smell him cooking, they head for the hills...at least it worked for my neighbors uninvited cat! :lol:
What seasoning do you recommend, and how many does it take per serving?
 

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Oh boy. Those long winter days......;):mrgreen:
 

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All you need to do is catch one and roast him on a skew over an open flame in the middle of the garage. When the others hear him squeal and smell him cooking, they head for the hills...at least it worked for my neighbors uninvited cat! :lol:
Once word of your Mouse BBQ reaches Tejas, there will be a mass migration of mice. From what I understand, everybody in Tejas LOVES BBQ - including mice.
 

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Once word of your Mouse BBQ reaches Tejas, there will be a mass migration of mice. From what I understand, everybody in Tejas LOVES BBQ - including mice.
That's why you have to roast 'em alive, it's the squeeeeeeeelllll that gets them going. :thumbup:
 

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I have 2 cats living inside my air filters....................................NO MICE
 

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It's amassing to see how many people need to go out and ride:shock:
It went from air filter to BBQ mice, cats and dogs in an hour......:eek:4:
 

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It's amassing to see how many people need to go out and ride:shock:
It went from air filter to BBQ mice, cats and dogs in an hour......:eek:4:
Actually, it's not the lack of riding, it's the antihistamine I'm taking for this sinus infection. Makes me feel funny! :lol: :lol:
 

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It's amassing to see how many people need to go out and ride:shock:
It went from air filter to BBQ mice, cats and dogs in an hour......:eek:4:
Actually, it's not the lack of riding, it's the antihistamine I'm taking for this sinus infection. Makes me feel funny! :lol: :lol:
And now into drugs and getting high, great!
 

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Uh Oh... This thread's out of control! :lol:
 

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I have 2 cats living inside my air filters....................................NO MICE
I always thought the cat was on the exhaust.
 
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