I have two small motors (a Honda outboard and a Kawasaki generator) that I
have no use for, but figure I will need the second I sell them.
Accordingly, I have put them in storage. The manuals say to drain all the
gas and put oil into the cylinders. Easy enough. (The Kawasaki also says to
pull the starter to get the valves open)
However, I mentioned it to a friend and he says that is only good for a
year; every year I have to replace the oil. It doesn't say that in the
Is draining the gas and putting oil in the cylinder okay for indefinite
storage, or just temporary?