Teryx4 winterization dos & dont's?
So my 2017 teryx4 may sit for 1-2 months this winter. I don't like driving things on roads with all the de icing/corrosion associated and I could spray fluid film on the underside but Id rather just not.
For those who have owned the teryx4s for a few winters what are you doing/wish you did sooner?
Initially I was gonna fill the tank with premium (seems super hard to find even premium without ethanol around my area) and then add just a TINY bit more than the recommended Stabilizer fuel treatment and let it run for say 5 minutes then either disconnect the battery or say after every 2 weeks put it on a tender for a few days. Am I on the right track or? Also forgive my ignorance but the teryx4 runs a 12vt battery im assuming? I was hoping to not have to purchase another battery tender. I have a really good outdoor/weatherproof rated one for my diesel that has helped my batteries last 2-3 times longer than when not using it every now and then.
Fuel stabilizer with full tank and run for a few minutes to circulate yes or no?
battery: battery tender or disconnect also anyone know the time it will sit with no aftermarket stuff except a winch without needing to be refreshed?
I was gonna order a tarp because we are renting and it wont stay in a shop/garage the whole time just the nature of the beat but its in a safe spot with family and I've stored stuff their for years during military with no issues. thinking a regular tarp for snow/rain since it has the solid roof.
Orange 17 Teryx4 LE, 4.5k winch, Full windshield, Roof, quadboss front rack, full size front spare tire/wheel