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Old 11-22-2015, 02:35 PM   #1
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Car on jack stands vs carpet for winter

Just a quick question of carpet vs jack stands and which is better? If I use carpet I have enough to do easily a few layers per tire. It will be in a garage with concrete floor, not heated. Thanks

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Just a quick question of carpet vs jack stands and which is better? If I use carpet I have enough to do easily a few layers per tire. It will be in a garage with concrete floor, not heated. Thanks

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Carpet is fine, no need for jackstands.
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Carpet and inflate the tires a bit extra. No need for jack stands like said above.
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We have a smallish garage and the GT/CS Vert is just so low to the ground we gave up on jack stands. Have one layer of visquin,then cardboard then a layer of carpet + increase of psi. We will roll it every two weeks about 8 to 10 inches back and forth. I think we will be fine. Put 00000 steel wool in the quad tips, dryer sheets (critters don't like the smell i hear) trunk, engine, under each seat. Hook up the battery maintainer once a month for overnightand a nice custom indoor cover. A full tank of premium no ethanol and gas treatment. An oil change right before winter sleep. She should come out clean and raring to go.
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Thanks everyone, that was the last bit I needed to know now since having better tires this winter. Sucks to put her up again after being used to playing in the snow with my last car. Makes me wish I'd have gone awd again but the time I can drive her is worth it.

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Jack Stands. for various reasons.
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If it is going to be parked with no chance of movement till the spring then jackstands since you also unload the suspension. However, if its just parked in the garage for most of the winter and comes out on clear cold sunny days when there is no salt residue on the roads then carpet.
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If it is going to be parked with no chance of movement till the spring then jackstands since you also unload the suspension. However, if its just parked in the garage for most of the winter and comes out on clear cold sunny days when there is no salt residue on the roads then carpet.
I have to agree with that.
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She'll be down, maybe with the chance of getting moved to the driveway for a half hour but probably just rolled every other week a few feet if I do carpet. Insurance for the most part will be removed, besides if the house burns down on it.

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extra air and cardboard 3-4 layers thick is what I use.
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Good information here

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Car on jack stands vs carpet for winter

Mine doesn't really get stored for the winter. If there is no salt on the roads I drive it. We have crazy winter weather here it switches back and forth from cold to warm pretty much until Spring. It gets cold in January and February for a few weeks but that's it. There is no way I could live in Canada.


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Ronnie's link includes, "it is not advised to put a car up on blocks and leave the suspension hanging for an extended period of time."
I have read this a number of places and heard that it is best to keep suspension loaded, while in storage. Sounds like there are difference of opinions on this, as well.

Also, a sheet of plastic laid on the concrete slab would minimize moisture rising through it.
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I have always heard over the years to not use Jack Stands because it is very bad for the shocks and suspension to be hanging.
I have never stored a car but I did do a lot of photography work for The Klassic Museum when it was in business and for a few millionaire car collectors and never ever seen a car that sits on jack stands.
I personally would not do it.
I would put a rag in the exhaust pipes and moth balls under and around the car. Windows up, Rid-X inside the car and clean oil and a full gas tank with Sta-Bil. Fill the tires to at least 45psi and just leave it on the ground.
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I have always heard over the years to not use Jack Stands because it is very bad for the shocks and suspension to be hanging.
I have never stored a car but I did do a lot of photography work for The Klassic Museum when it was in business and for a few millionaire car collectors and never ever seen a car that sits on jack stands.
I personally would not do it.
I would put a rag in the exhaust pipes and moth balls under and around the car. Windows up, Rid-X inside the car and clean oil and a full gas tank with Sta-Bil. Fill the tires to at least 45psi and just leave it on the ground.
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I think stands are okay if you put them under the rear axle and front suspension.
Personally, I take my mustang out for a 20 minute or longer ride every opportunity I get to do it. And even in New England winters, there's plenty of opportunities.
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Yes, Under the front suspension and rear axle would probably be OK.
People seem to worry about the tires flat spotting but guess what?
In the Spring, You pull it out of the Place it was parked, Let some air pressure out until it is what it says on your door jam, Drive and in a short while, NO MORE FLAT SPOTS
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Cardboard underneath the wheels then let the jack stands back down a bit so the suspension has a partial load on it as well as the wheels. Max PSI as well, new fluids don't hurt either.

Some say flat spots are a thing of the past but I pulled the boat trailer out of storage a week ago. Flatspots were a minor but when I pull the trailer back out with a load on it (assuming 1+month) flat spots are noticeable.
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I personally would not bother with jack stands. It's not like your going to store the car for five years. Your only storing it for a few months until the snow is done.
Filling the tires to at least 45PSI is more important then keeping them off the ground.

Of course the flat spotting may be noticeable but it does resolve after a few miles. It is not like the old Bias Ply tires that your Grandpop had on his Dodge.

Of course there is no right or wrong on using jack stands properly Like Diehard say's but I really don't think they are necessary.
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I will say my father has put his nice cars on plywood squares ever since I can remember.
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Don't let this happen to your tires.

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I used to put my '79 T/A up on jack stands. I would support the front under the K-frame and the front tires would hang. I thought I heard a strange noise when putting it up and when I left it back down in the spring found I popped a shock, and the shocks were only a year old.


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I buy some excersize squares connect mats from Walmart and parked my car on top of it for winter storage


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My daughter is in 4H and at the small livestock shows we go to they sell carpet squares for $1 each so $4 later and I have what I need lol.
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Great thread. I use to do the jackstands, but like the other users stated, there's not much need if it's only for a few months. Carpet squares work best and inflating tires up to 45psi is my winter routine.
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With our weather staying around 40s I lost the thought of storing her for now. He'll I even got an xpipe!

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Did my first roll last weekend. Man that car is heavier than I thought. LOL - going slightly downhill. Another week and a half - roll it back a ways and charge up the battery. So far the weather has stayed pretty decent - but it is only the 2nd of December - I will wait for January weather. I have the one layer of cardboard and a layer of carpet with plastic under everything. I sure miss driving her and even looking at her as she is all covered up too.
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Did my first roll last weekend. Man that car is heavier than I thought. LOL - going slightly downhill. Another week and a half - roll it back a ways and charge up the battery. So far the weather has stayed pretty decent - but it is only the 2nd of December - I will wait for January weather. I have the one layer of cardboard and a layer of carpet with plastic under everything. I sure miss driving her and even looking at her as she is all covered up too.

Upper 40s coming this week and into the weekend for our great state. Might have to throw the top down for a quick spin around town.


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Glad that I can drive year round, sort of. I would be at that storage unit every single night saying hello.... haha
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58 degrees and sunny here tomorrow she all cleaned up and ready for a Saturday Toys for Tots CruiseClick image for larger version

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Sorry *** state of Conneticut already putting that nasty corrosive calcium chloride mix on bridges . POS **** Governor won't add rust inhibitor like other states. So my 2 toys sit in garage. Click image for larger version

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You beat me to it Mud! Yup, I noticed that salt on highway bridges Saturday night. Mine is washed and covered in the garage. Sometime during the winter I'll start getting her detailed for the spring.
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Looks good! I actually pulled mine out today and ran around town for about 1/2 an hour with the top down. After all, it was 45! Tomorrow should be low 50s. Maybe I will be able to get it out again. Roads are still clean.


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