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Motorcycle Shipping&Long Term Storage?

This is a discussion on Motorcycle Shipping&Long Term Storage? within the FZ6 forums, part of the Yamaha category; Hi!I am in the military and moving to Korea for a while. I am forced to put my motorcycle into ...


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Old 12-05-2008   #1
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Hi!I am in the military and moving to Korea for a while. I am forced to put my motorcycle into storage for about a year, and need some advice on prepping it. I am being told by the movers/shippers that there cannot be any fuel in the tank, which I heard can cause rust. Also, I am going to have to trash the battery =( It is a Yamaha FZ6 (2007), fuel injected.Thanks for any help you can give!
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I stored my bike for two years so I had to empty all fluids, You don't have to trash the battery just disconect the terminals.
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