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Make sure you get some kind of Battery Buddy, basiclly it will make sure that your battery won't lose its charge over the winter storage. And start her up every once in a while, its not good to allow the seals to dry up.... Thats all i can think of right now.
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I just thought of a question, too. I'm planning on storing mine on jack stands. Does anyone know the proper location to place the front stands?
(Also, Bullitt GHG, put fuel stabilizer in your tank and make sure your tank is full during storage).
 

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Also, if you are storing your Bullitt on a concrete/cement surface, it is a good idea to put down some sort of indoor/outdoor carpet or some other type of moisture barrier so the dampness from the floor does not casue surface rust on the underside of your car. I just re-did my garage this weekend and put down indoor/outdoor carpeting - hopefully this will work well.
 
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