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7 Steps to Summarize Your Polaris Snowmobile Maintenance
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1. Prep Your Storage Space
You'll require the right gear to shield your sled while it's in storage. To start with, covers will lessen moisture and keep the elements at bay. This can as well be a good time to check trailering gear for transporting the snowmobile into and out of storage.
2. Fog the Engine and Put Fuel Stabilizer
Ethanol fuel brings moisture which can cause rust. Even fuel without ethanol can cause issues. Bottom line? If you let your gas tank sit all summer long full with ethanol fuel and no stabilizer, you'll destroy your engine. Use carbon clean fuel stabilizer to avoid rust and maintain your motor clean in the off-season. Moreover, you'll want to fog your engine, which needs accessing your carbs or throttle bodies.
3. Remove & Store Your Battery
Taking out your battery to keep it at a full charge and away from possibly corrosive debris can extend its life considerably. Pick a cool, dry area with an outlet nearby so you can attach your battery to another battery charger.
Other necessary steps to keep your Polaris Snowmobile well maintained include:
4. Removing the Drive Belt when not in use
5. Inspect and Loosen Your Track
6. Repair Broken Parts & Upgrade Accessories
7. Clean & Lubricate Your Snowmobile
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