Do you have a summer snowmobile storage regiment? Spring is officially here and many of you have parked the snowmobile until next season or will be soon. Some sledders have a summer snowmobile storage ritual that borders on a religious experience while others simply leave the sled in the very spot they last hit the kill switch, maybe the front yard.
Gas seems to be the one area of constant debate. Is it better to syphon gas out in the spring and store the snowmobile with an empty tank or add fuel stabilizer to protect the carbs and injectors? There are solid arguments to both tactics, each with facts and figures to support their point.
Are you the type that insists on getting that evil elixir out of the machine altogether and avert green death or do you add fuel stabilizer, coating the metal parts in oxidation protectant, thus avoiding condensation build-up in an empty gas tank?