I read here that the best way to store a T is with the parking brake all the way forward. Now I see that, that may cause the clutch plates to stick together?
What is the most trouble free way to store.
I am not a mechanic and not many T's around here for me to get help with.
Drop down the clutch lever, full forward. Then chock a wheel for safety.
The lever forward relieves the clutch spring, and forces oil out between the plates so they can't congeal hard which can cause the plates to stick together, creating hard or creeping starts in the spring.
My recommendation is to get the old oil hot, then change it. This will remove any moisture that could cause the plates to rust. Refill it with the oil of your choice, run it to circulate the new oil, then park it and do as Dan says above.