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Ethanol free premium 92 octane

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What do you think about running it in your snowblower? And with spring around the corner lawn mower/ tractor?

 

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Ethanol free 91 is all we have around here. It's all I use for mowers, blowers, etc.

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Ethanol free gas does do better in small equipment engines, but it's not available in many places.  Because of that there are some great additives out there to help treat the ethanol to help prevent it from doing damage.

Stabil Marine 360 and Stabil 360 both treat ethanol and do a better job at fuel stabilization vs things like SeaFoam and what not.  (Which is primarily a cleaner, and not a true stabilizer, but I do like SeaFoam!)  Wal-Mart here carries Stabil-360 so no problems with that. 

 

https://www.goldeagle.com/product/sta-bil-360-protection/

 

Link to stations that sell ethanol free gas.  You might find one near you.. 

https://www.pure-gas.org/

 

 

 

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Remember that fuel starts to break down in as little as 30 days after being refined, (yes, even Ethanol free fuel) so I strongly suggest using a stabilizer in your fuel cans.  And in vehicles that sit a long time. 

 

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