I put mine up on stands just enough to get some of the weight off the
tires and suspension. A friend of mine backs the pads in on his disk brakes
just enough to spray a very thin coating of laquer primer on the rotors.
But then he has about nine cars and stores some of them outdoors under
temporary shelters and car covers where it tends to be very damp. In an
air conditioned garage you probably won't have to worry about your rotors
rusting. I guess you won't be lighting a fire in the wood stove to melt
the snow off the roof and drive out the dampness. Sorry couldn't resist.
After all I am one of those frost-bitten Canadian boys.
Right now I wish my garage was air conditioned. Got home from work at
9:30pm and it was 107 in the garage. Thats why we call them winter projects.
It's the hottest summer since 1967 and I picked up a load of fire wood
last week for the roadster project.
>I guess its time for me to put the car away for the summer, like some of you
>have to do during the winter. With it hitting a toasty 120 today, I guess
>the roadster won't be going out for a little while. I'd thought it would be
>good car for driving around at night, but until it at least drops into the
>80's before 2am, it will stay in an air conditioned garage. Other then
>changing the fluids, what do most of you do when your going to be storing the
>for a couple months?
>Steve B - Palm Springs, CA
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