Already have jack stands, but to let your suspension hang like that makes me question if it can be hurting it, since the suspension is designed to carry the car's weight it's entire life (except when being serviced). It wouldn't be that big of a deal but since the car is going to be on stands for 7+months while winter's around.Why not spend a couple of bucks and just by four jack stands? This will save you time, and they are not that expensive.
+1. Since I am so far North of you ... I need to pump up that hot Chocolate ....Well lets see....winter prep. I went to the store and got some hot Chocolate. Guess I am ready for winter. :biggrin:
I did get a little bag of marshmallows as well for the hot chocolate.
It won't hurt to use it. I would not leave your car sitting for so long without adding something to the fuel. If you don't do it, you run the chance of having your gas turn gel-like. :dunno: It will gum up your injectors and what not if you let it sit for a long period of time.Ahh yes, It just started coming down here too in Ontario, The Z has been in the gareage for about 2 months now. Since my tires have to be replaced next season I don't have to worry about flat spots, something that does have my attention though is this fuel stabilizer. Does this need to be done t ensure the fuel system is not damaged? Or is this just to ensure you can use the tank of gas in the Z for next season?
No garage storage on the Z, it's driven during the winter. No winter prep... consider movig to the West coast, where driving is all year long with no storage nor prep, required.Well, summer came and gone, fall is here but winter is just around the corner. Are you guys keeping yor Z's in the garage or will you be driving? What do you do/use to prepare her for winter, detail wise anyway?
During the winter I do try not to drive her as mush especially if there's snow on the ground. I still try to wash her at least once a week and apply a coat of wax every other week, weather permits. I've already gotten a coat of 1Z Paint Polish along with a coat of NXT all applied using a PC. Of course nothing was applied until she was clay bared. Hopefully withn the next week or so I will repeat this again. The only difference is that I will be applying a couple coats of Klasse AIO before the NXT. I found out first hand that this is a great combo. :thumbsup:
OK....it's almost two years later.....where are the pics?? lolIt's that time of year again! The weather here has gotten worse and quickly, so I'm calling the insurance company and putting her into storage this week.
I'll take pics of how I'm going to store her this winter since it's going to be different than previous years.