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    question about winterizing 95 sl650

    HI everyone. I just found the forum and I am sure I will be posting more. I just bought a 1995 sl650 this year. I got it cheap and it ran great this year. It could be prettier on the outside but I will work on that later. I am winterizing it now(live in Ohio) and am a bit confused as to how to do it. I have the fogging oil and know how to do that but the antifreeze thing has me a bit stumped. I know where the water goes into the engine from the outside but where exactly do I run the antifreeze in. Then there are some conflicting things that I read saying u don't really have to do that. I have the pink rv antifreeze. Does anyone have a picture they could post as to where to run it. Do I have to do that??

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    Lake Mead Bum & BTLS Mark starflight's Avatar
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    Welcome to the Hulk!
    Check the Winterization tips link in here>>>

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