Engine Fogging for Long Term or Winter Storage (Outboard Boat) - Tips from Tom
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Check out our latest video: "Preventing Catastrophic failure and Breakdowns | Commonly missed RV and Vehicle maintenance Items" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmOHARQugR4 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Before storing your boat, car or any engine for an extended period of time its a good idea to prep it in some way. You can consider turning the engine over occasionally or doing something like this. Here are the things I recommend for doing this. Marine Stabi for fuel - http://amzn.to/2eo8uQ9 Motor Flusher or Muffs - http://amzn.to/2fid5kc Fogging oil - http://amzn.to/2eoaSpN In this video I go over how to prepare your outboard for long term or winter storage. This is the process for a carbonated outboard engine. It is commonly called Fogging but is sometimes incorrectly called "Pickeling" (This term is usually used for a process used in restoring an engine that has been submerged) The fogging process is quite simple for an engine like this. This is a carbonated engine and the process may differ for a fuel injected engine. To fog newer fuel injected engines they do make an additive you can put in some fuel and run through the system to do the same as this process.