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post #1 of 10 Old 07-12-2012, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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storing bike indoors?

well i just had a couple quick questions...i know ive seen picks...but i am moving to an apartment...the place i got has a slider and i have somehow talked the wife into letting me put it inside for winter...so how many of u do this? And what percautions do you take...drain fuel,fluids,ect? tks all

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post #2 of 10 Old 07-12-2012, 12:41 PM
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I did it back in my condo days, never drained any fluids, If your bike doesn't leak anything just pull it in. If it leaks something, get it fixed then pull it in.

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i left all fluids in mine before i had a garage even worked on mine inside i just put something under it so didnt stain the carpet
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Depending on the apt complex, they probably would not allow that to happen. It's a fire hazard with fuel/oil in it. A lot of places these days won't even allow a gas grill on the patio, let alone a vehicle inside the unit. Even if the fluids are drained properly, they may not allow it. Best ask the apt complex about it cause you may get crap if caught with it inside.

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I pull mine into the dining room every winter, just do the usual winter maintenance and she's good to go.

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they did say parking it on the patio was cool,but did say try not to start it there?? but hoping i can sneak it in over the winter....rear stand,slide it against the wall we'll see...move is in a month...thanks for all the advise.

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Back in my single days, I used to keep mine in the dining room of my house...I love it being there too

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You guys need to move to an appropriate riding climate.

Have a wheelie nice day!

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keeping mine inside all years long. I only keep the fuel tank empty in winter!
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I keep both, the 10 and the 6 in my house on a permanent bases.
As long ad it doesn't leak anything, your fine.
Hell, at one point I had 3 bikes in the house.

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