wtf to avoid freezing?
afm199 at earthlink.net
Tue Jan 17 08:04:17 PST 2012
yup that works too. It does not take much. Jo, if you throw a tarp over your bikes any heat source will work, just watch out for possible fire danger. The heater should not have exposed elements ( I use an "oil" type that never gets warmer than about 180 degrees).
on cold nights a sheet will keep many plants from freezing.
On Jan 17, 2012, at 7:58 AM, Mike Moore wrote:
> Actually a 60 watt light bulb will keep it fairly warm if it's in an
> enclosed garage. Put trouble light near the engine an throw a tarp over
> the bike. I do this in the basement of my motorhome to help prevent
> water pipes freezing when the temp drops. Make a big difference in temp as
> long as there are no drafts. Make sure it's an incandescent bulb, not
> Florescent or led)
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:51 AM, Ernest Montague <afm199 at earthlink.net>wrote:
>> stick cheap electric heater next to them. Unless you are driving it should
>> not be a problem
>> On Jan 16, 2012, at 11:21 PM, Jo Rhett wrote:
>>> Damn this weather. I've always just kept water wetter in the race bikes
>> for obvious reasons, but it's apparently going to hit 20 degrees tonight.
>> Other than draining all the water, or switching to anti-freeze and then
>> back again to race, is there anything I can do to keep the bikes safe?
>>> Jo Rhett / velociRaptor Racing
>>> #553 WERA
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