TRANSPORTING AND STORAGE 143
Rear Tie Down Points
B. Tie down poin t s on the rear of ve hicle
Equip the transporter with all the necessary lights
and signs required by local, state, provincial, or
Whenever your vehicl
e will not be in use for a long
period, proper storage is essential.
It consists of checking and replacing missing or
worn parts; lubricat
ing parts to ensure that they do
not corrode and, in general, preparing the vehicle so
that when the time comes to use it again, it will be in
See your authorized Kawasaki dealer fo r this ser-
vice or do the following.
Preparation for Storag e
Clean the entire vehicle thoroughly.
Run the engine for about five minutes to warm the
oil, shut it off and drain the engine oil.
Engine oil is a to
xic substance. Dispose of
used oil properly. Contact your local author-
ities for approved disposal methods or pos-
Put in fresh engine oil.
Empty the fuel from the fuel tank, and empty the
carburetor by loosening the drain screw at the float
bowl. Catch the fuel in a suitable container. (If
left in for a long time, the fuel will break down and
could clog the carburetor.) Close the drain screw