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Vehicle Information: Year: 2000; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.7; Total Mileage: 30000; Transmission: Manual;

I have seen on your tech questions that you recommend putting 50 psi in the tires for winter storage. I called my local Porsche dealer & asked them about this. They told me that even if you put 90 psi in the tires, you would still get a flat spot. They said that when you take the car out after storage, run the car for a while, the rubber on the tires warms up, & all is good. Everything is back to normal, no flat spots. They said they don't do anyting different with their car tires in storage. Is this true? Also, what else do I need to do to the car for winter storage? The car has almost a full tank of gas.

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