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Old 10-04-2012, 08:34 PM   #1
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Winter storage

Ok so the cars going into storage tomorrow! I'm starting a new job Monday and ill be working 80+ hours a week and won't have much time to spend at home I don't want it sitting in my yard all alone I've had **** stolen from my yard before.

I've rented a climate controlled storage unit with security cameras (I know the dude that owns the storage place so its cheap) any tips for letting it sit? Should I start it and let it warm up from time to time or just fuel stabiEr ?

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Fuel Stabilizer*

See my other thread for the list of parts I'm getting ready to order! I'll just get them all over the winter months and store them with the car spring won't come soon enough!
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I have always put mine on jackstands on all four corners so the tires don't flat spot but idk if it's true that they will and I start her every once in a while
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I've heard that too but ill have new tires and wheels waiting so it shouldn't matter (:
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I've heard that too but ill have new tires and wheels waiting so it shouldn't matter (:
Lol gotcha
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Lol gotcha
Thanks for this tip tho! I've never had a car I cared enough to store through the winter lol
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Thanks for this tip tho! I've never had a car I cared enough to store through the winter lol
Me either lol
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