Searsparts.com has many pix and info if you have that long model number, which I see you do. I would not change oils and plugs and such items till it is gotten out in spring myself. Gonna be inside? If outside, good cover, oversize with weights on it, tied on is best, wind gets these in winter. THEN, you might wanna put oil in cylinder and turn over a little, drain gas from carb, put up on blocks and grease and oil all the linkages. If inside, not problem. Oh, and battery out of it and near charge area and in warmer spot than just a shed or cold garage.
We only average a week or so freeze down here, never has stayed a consistent freeze during the day ...most I've seen in 30+ years anyway. Was going to fire it up once or twice a month to keep things lubed. It is stored inside so no problem there. Eh, barn cats do a good job with critter control. Will grease and oil all linkage, axles etc, general putzin and hold off on oil change, filters, plugs, until spring.
May get around to replacing the light panel module I've procrastinating on for several months. Haven't figured out how to take the good face plate off the replacement, remove the old one and get everything glued/welded together so it looks like something other than Homer Simpson did it.
Thanks for the information.