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got a few ?'s about storing for the winter...

This is a discussion on got a few ?'s about storing for the winter... within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; ok stabil is always a good and ceap way just to make sure, and a battery tender is the way ...

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    ok stabil is always a good and ceap way just to make sure, and a battery tender is the way i store all my toys and if any thing the batterys last longer, and try a open box of bakeing soda in the car and you dont have to worry about water and any kind of fuky sent, other then that you sould not need any thing

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    Gas is good for about 6 months...shold be longer with stabil

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 T/A View Post
    and try a open box of baking soda in the car and you dont have to worry about water and any kind of funky scent,

    Good tip............
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    I have found that if I add stabil and put the car on the battery tender I don't have any problems when spring come around, and I do not crank the car. The car is garaged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gable2000ta View Post
    any other recommendations on keeping the mice out? and hows the dry sheet thing work just take a dryer sheet and toss it inside the car?

    My wife tells me that peppermint oil will keep mice away. I haven't tried that one yet. The fabric softener sheet is something I've heard mentioned on the forums, so I personally haven't tried it.

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