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Old 11-13-22, 02:35 PM
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Hibernation Begins !

Hibernation begins for my summer cars and can't wait for the real winter trail riding to begin. Once the freezing temps make their home for winter then I'll have the studded tires on my three trails bikes. I have several friends that have expressed interest in coming out for some winter fun so I just might have company every now and then. I always enjoy introducing others to the woods and in the winter the woods are a whole new world. Will visit the 370Z every week to let her purr for a bit and I have some things to work on with the 23T-Bucket on days I'm not riding.



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Old 11-13-22, 04:36 PM
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haha great car enthusiast! sweet wheels! keep them clean
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Old 11-13-22, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6
haha great car enthusiast! sweet wheels! keep them clean
I'll have the Z covered this week as it we be stored at work in an offsite warehouse. and the T-bucket is close by so I can do some work to it over the winter.
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Originally Posted by ZIPP2001
I'll have the Z covered this week as it we be stored at work in an offsite warehouse. and the T-bucket is close by so I can do some work to it over the winter.
what kind of cover? you gonna wax it first?
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6
what kind of cover? you gonna wax it first?
Same cover as always just a very light thin plastic sheet. The car is ceramic coated and was washed the day before it went up. I will go up and wipe it down before I cover it because I'm not sure if they beat the rain before putting it up.
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