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Ora Magazine Article On Ethanol Blended Fuels

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Check this out. Some good info: http://www.offroadadventures.com/articles/view/id/474


I will be sure to use Sta-Bil in my bike and all my lawn/garden equipment on a regular basis!


One thing I wonder though, since most gas has 10% ethanol now, is using dry gas a waste of money? For years I've used dry gas in all my vehicles twice a year, once at the beginning of winter, and once at the beginning of summer, to get rid of any water/moistuer that may have formed in the gas tanks. "Dry gas is just a form of alcohol. Any thoughts on this?

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