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All I can think of off the top of my head is use an anti-gel in the fuel, make sure your antifreeze is up to par, and make sure rodents cannot get into your air filter, maybe even some rat poison to keep them from eating wires, the valley seems like it would be a cozy place for field mice.
Also, if you can find a station with real diesel, that would be best. The bio-stuff readily absorbs moisture. Spray it down with some permethrin to keep the bugs out, rat poison for furry critters. Put it on blocks to save the tires. Fire it up once every couple weeks to keep seals from drying out.
2002 F250 CCSB 4x4
PHP Phoenix, John Woods VB, NUC bypass, 6637
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