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    Mini summit in snow?

    Just got 7in of snow, was wondering how much at all should i run my mini summit in it?
    I'd only be in plowed areas mostly.


    I know its mostly waterproof, just wanting to know if its good to do multiple runs or not.
    I have done a couple already.

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    Also, if i dry it every time after i run it will it rust my screws?

    one more thing, i also don't have battery covers anymore
    Last edited by Sp2deSummit; 02-08-2019 at 02:36 PM.
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    Use some dry lube on all the screw heads and it will help keep the rust away. You can also spray all the u-joints and anywhere else there are moving parts. It may leave a white residue on some places. That doesnít bother me. I spray my entire Summit down with dry lube and man does it help to keep it clean and free of dirt and debris.

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    Ok, great! Would dry lube for bike chains work ok?
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    Mini summit in snow?

    Yep. Itís the yellow color can with a yellow top. Says dry lube on it. It get it at Home Depot most of the time. It does the job and does it pretty well.

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    Ok, thanks for all the info!
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