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Tractor Storage

  (1) Mice love to live inside the engine compartment when storing tractors in sheds or garages that are known to have mice. MOTH BALLS keep mice away and I also have heard that fabric softener dryer sheets also work. I believe moth balls work better. Leave hood open if possible, put moth balls in socks or stockings so they can breath out and place on engine and frame, any place you can near engine. 

  (2)  Try and slow charge you battery every month in the winter to keep battery charged. If weather is warm enough (above 50) to start tractor and run it for 15 minutes at full throttle, the charging system on engine will give battery a nice boost. If you have no electric where the tractor is being stored then you should bring in the battery and put a battery maintainer on it for the winter

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