For the record I’ll be changing all the fluids in my 09 Ultra Classic around the end of November if the great weather holds up. However, I was once told that one should replace the fluids after storage, not prior to storage. The logic was that if one periodically starts the bike (say once a week or every other) while stored, the cold engine parts allow condensation to build up and settles in the oil, building up every time it’s started/stopped while stored cold. Then in the spring you change the oil (complete method/process), thus ensuring all the water is removed. Since I value the opinions/feedback from this forum’s community, would appreciate what others think about the above. Did someone share some unfounded tale with me, or is there some truth to this? Also, just curious as to how many folks out there periodically start/stop their bikes while stored and how many just leave them connected to the tender and only start them after the winter thaw? Thanks in advance!