I have an M, no H, but all those holes in the deck are blind, that is do NOT lead directly into the case. But you also have axle mounts, etc. Most of the water gets in from condensation, from the air. Indoors, outdoors won't matter. IF the machine sees a daily temp swing ( and humidity swing ) yur gonna get moisture in the gear box. Unless your driving a lot to heat it up and drive out the moisture it accumulates. Can be a real problem if it freezes solid. One guy around here said he broke a hole in the case in real cold weather, like 40 below. Other guys put in some antifreeze. Best I think is to park it for a week and loosen the drain plug, finger tight. Back it out till the water drips but NOT the oil. Pull the coil wire out and stick it in your pocket. Leave it for a day or 2. Can lift the front end a tad if you want, drive up on a 2x4 will help a little. Again -Pull the coil wire out and stick it in your pocket.
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