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Goodonya ............. Hook up a battery minder and let it sit until spring. Drive moderately for the first 20 miles to allow the tires to round out again.
 

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My ATS is on all season tires so it will get out during the winter but the Corvette Z06 is up for the winter with fresh oil with the Ctek battery maintainer hooked up.

Cold weather is finally here, I put the winter front grill cover on the diesel pickup earlier in the week so that it can warm up a little faster and started treating the fuel in the truck, tractor, and generator with anti-gel.

The GMC Denali pickup is my only vehicle where I often use the heated seats and steering wheel since even with the winter front it takes several miles before the coolant gauge moves very far off the far left stop.

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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
My ATS is on all season tires so it will get out during the winter but the Corvette Z06 is up for the winter with fresh oil with the Ctek battery maintainer hooked up.

Cold weather is finally here, I put the winter front grill cover on the diesel pickup earlier in the week so that it can warm up a little faster and started treating the fuel in the truck, tractor, and generator with anti-gel.

The GMC Denali pickup is my only vehicle where I often use the heated seats and steering wheel since even with the winter front it takes several miles before the coolant gauge moves very far off the far left stop.

Rodger
Yup my Z06 is sleeping in the top bunk with a battery tender. My Denali is the odd man “out”doors
 

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Those are some clean exhaust tips!
My wife actually wanted it to have a little growl after we bought it, so that is actually a new Magnaflow axle back.
I know that it is tough to keep newer GM exhaust tips clean - I have 4 of them, I try to wipe them down at least once a week. I very often use a ceramic spray wax, which seems to work pretty good.
 
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