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Dan Leavens
11-08-2015, 06:16 PM
Well here in Calgary, Alberta Canada our fall weather is fast turning to winter as the indicators are here. Snow is on the Rocky Mountains already ( wonderful in the sun )the ski resorts opening with recorded snowfall and below zero at night.

This is the time to put the ladies ( 58/60 )away for their winter hibernation and tuck them in. Stabil/ check , dryer sheets/ check, trickle charger/ check and car covers to keep them happy:D

See the ladies in the spring for a chooch:)

Joe Johnston
11-08-2015, 06:49 PM
As you go through your check list in prep for winter storage, this is a perfect time to add 2 drops of oil to the cup on the side of your distributor. This is often overlooked and only takes a couple of seconds to do.

Enjoy the snow and skiing, but I will take my beaches and palm trees!

My daughters and "their" cars when I'm done havin' fun!

http://i547.photobucket.com/albums/hh455/sayjoejohnston/Online%20Photos/IMG_1240_zps01ad8c47.jpg

Dan Leavens
11-08-2015, 07:52 PM
Joe great pixs of your girls and the other ladies.

What do you mean add 2 drops of oil to the cup on the side of your distributor and what purpose does it do over the winter?

Dano

Joe Johnston
11-08-2015, 08:51 PM
No real advantage to do so prior to winter storage except that this lube point is often overlooked. I think Ford recommends a drop or two every 5000 miles but since most of these cars are driven very little, this is often overlooked and not done at all. When storing a car for winter most people have a checklist or do a few things in preparation for storage. This is just a good opportunity to make sure it gets done at least once a year.

Dan Leavens
11-09-2015, 09:58 AM
Got it and thanks for the explanation.