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    Ski stored outdoors for winter. A Problem?

    If a ski was stored outdoors for the winter, with a cover on, would there be any problems with it? It was properly winterized by a dealer. This was up in northern GA, so there were definitely freezing temps last year.


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    If it was properly winterized and it had a cover, I wouldn't see a reason why it should have a problem.

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    I agree. As long at it was done properly it should be ok.

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    No problem.

    Take a few bungee cords, and go from rail to rail over the seat, then cover. Once the cover is on, wrap a blue tarp over top.

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    I would prop the tounge of the trailer up and pull the drain plugs.

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