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Old 12-03-2012, 11:28 PM   #6
affox83
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Drives: '12 ZL1 #1011
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Yeah, but as the bulletin says, IF they are stored below 20 degrees, then just let them warm up to above 40 degrees for 24 hours before driving on them. Mine is hibernating while I work on a few cosmetic upgrades until the temps overnight don't drop below 40.

Its going to be a long winter
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