Hi all, The tide, temperature, (and leaves) are starting turning here in Central NY... Thought of putting our new to us t-bird away for the 4 -5 months of winter hibernation is on my mind. I know I will change the oil, fill the tank, and add some fuel stabilizer.. I will probably put the hard top back on, don't know why, but might as well use it sometimes... It will nesting in a heated garage at about 45 degree F.. It will be waxed and covered with a car cover and it is sitting on a large vinyl floor covering we got from Costco to keep it off the bare concrete.. It will be on life support with a battery tender.. Here is the question, Should I put it up on "blocks".. My brother in-law bought 4 regular scissor jacks and place one scissor jack at each normal jack up location on his Miata.. He raised them just enough to take some of the weight off the tires and suspension thinking it will save the springs a bit along with minimizing the tire flat spots.. The tires are still touching the ground.. Now I have heard it's not good to take the weight off the suspension but relieving some of the weight kind of makes sense to me.. Especially now that replacement springs are scarce.. I just stopped at Auto Zone and I heard the "No don't take the weight off the suspension" thought.. Use bottle jacks or the jack stands and do the traditional off the floor with the tires.. I'm not sure if I go that route where to place the jack stands or bottle jacks.. I guess I can find that on youtube.. What do people think about the scissor jack idea?