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i have a jacobson rollover valve and tether can the whole kill switch and wiring be removed when i install it last year while half way up a climb a branch hit the kill switch:face lucky me could have been really bad
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I have the OFT one, and it came with a loop that you can put in to disable the kill switch. It supposed to be for testing (wink) but I have it installed.

I hate bumping the kill switch in the worst time, so I just rely on the tether. Some people wrap a rubberband around the switch to make it that you have to hold it down to kill it, bumping will just make it stumble and come back on.
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I have the OFT one, and it came with a loop that you can put in to disable the kill switch. It supposed to be for testing (wink) but I have it installed.

I hate bumping the kill switch in the worst time, so I just rely on the tether.
Is there a Yamaha Rider out there that hasn't done that?
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I run the oft as well, and it has worked flawless. The kill switch disable is a great feature since mine was broke off and wasn't useable anymore.

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I can "disable" remove any yamaha kill switch. I use a tree branch.
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Yeah we all watched in amazement when you took several passes and then decided to go into the trees anyway.
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