And I didn't even submit a proposal...
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Saguenay Quebec Canada
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21 weeks is not that big of a deal. Up here we store our motorcycles and lawn tractors and nice cars and RVs from the end of October to the end of April, sometimes until mid-may. Then we store our snowmobiles and snow throwers from mid-April to the beginning of December. Fuel stabilizer is good. Disconnecting the battery and leaving it in place is fine. A battery tender is nice to have too, but often not an option in a commercial storage facility. Or a solar tender, if there's enough light. But a 2 year old battery that's been disconnected and left in place will do just fine for 5 months in my experience. An oil change before putting the vehicle in storage is good too but not necessary. Some people like to put blocks under the frame, so the tires and suspension don't have weight on them, but I don't.
2003 SE-7 Disco II, 132,000 km.