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summer storage??

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summer storage??

Postby carrottop » March 31st, 2011, 7:49 am

Would it be best ta have the gas tank half full or half empty? Also what kinda of pine tree is best to store under for the harsh summer months blue spruce or white pine?

thanks in advance for any helpful advice.
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Postby frozen cold » March 31st, 2011, 8:59 am

the best advice i can give you is buy a yamahaha, they are already junk and so you wont have to worry bout summerizing it. youre better off storing it behind the barn too, out of sight, therefor you wont be humiliated when your neighbors and friends and family see you have a yamahaha

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Postby old_bart » April 1st, 2011, 1:37 am

Hi mr C.
Ower 5 years I am use thoslike licuires to summerstoring,fine experienses [url=][/url]

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Postby YamaDooed » April 1st, 2011, 4:59 am

Keep mine full empty under the willow tree...
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Postby whats yer problum » April 3rd, 2011, 2:21 pm

don't leave the gas tank half full or half empty der lil carritt,if yer gonna leave yer snow machine under da pine trees for summer storage alway remove the gas.remember to leave da gas cap off so as to not build up dem gas fume pressure thingys,cause dey could blow yer machine to smidderiens at any time.besides da rain water will cleanse da inside a da gas tank of any contaminates anchytlikedat.don't worry bout da tree sap and udder chyt dat may get on yer machine ova da summer cause dat chyt can be cleand up next fall by simply washing the entire machine in battery acid.and for heaven sakes don't lift the track outa the mud and place it up in the clean air.dat clean air is not all it's cracked up to be,clean air will dry out & crack the track much faster dan da mud.also you may want to sprinkle a few inches of oats or corn around the inside a da hood and in the air box to soak up any moisture dat cold leak in during da rainy season.good luk and happy trails next winter!!
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