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#16 Cvans ONLINE  

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Posted February 06, 2018 - 05:17 PM

 Keep laying it on as I am always ready for a good laugh.   :rolling:

 

 

 
I sure hope you luck holds out. I've not been so lucky.  :(

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Posted February 06, 2018 - 06:19 PM

The only straight gas close to me is Cam2 racing fuel @$8+ gal. I don't think I need 102+ octane or to spend that much on a gallon of gas.


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Posted February 06, 2018 - 07:36 PM

The only straight gas close to me is Cam2 racing fuel @$8+ gal. I don't think I need 102+ octane or to spend that much on a gallon of gas.

I have access to the same stuff although ours is only 5.30 a gallon. There's actually competition on that stuff keeping the price lower being 5 minutes from a NHRA strip. My chainsaws really like that stuff.

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Posted February 06, 2018 - 07:57 PM

Checked the map for the first time in a long time. 1 was removed and 3 more added in my area. 1 of the new ones (not sure when it was added) is MFA, the same company that delivers fuel to farmers. That should tell you something there if the people that grow the corn wont even used the junk.

 

https://www.pure-gas...nsions/map.html


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Posted February 06, 2018 - 09:13 PM

Ummmmmm


I really get a kick out of you guys and your ethanol gas antics.  All I have ever used since it came out is ethanol blend in everything.

So.......

  I use a stabilizer 90% of the time:


You're kinda proving the point here. If it's fine, why the additive?
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Posted February 07, 2018 - 09:05 AM

Ummmmmm



You're kinda proving the point here. If it's fine, why the additive?

The "additive" is a fuel stabilizer.  The so called 100% gas will go bad just as fast as any of the rest.  The Sta-bil keep that from happening for several months.  I stand by what I said.

 

Checked the map for the first time in a long time. 1 was removed and 3 more added in my area. 1 of the new ones (not sure when it was added) is MFA, the same company that delivers fuel to farmers. That should tell you something there if the people that grow the corn wont even used the junk.

 

https://www.pure-gas...nsions/map.html

 

Did it ever occur to you that 99.9% of the farm related engines are now diesel?  Many farmers don't have a tank for straight gas.


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Posted February 07, 2018 - 09:23 AM

The "additive" is a fuel stabilizer.  The so called 100% gas will go bad just as fast as any of the rest.  The Sta-bil keep that from happening for several months.  I stand by what I said.

 

 

Did it ever occur to you that 99.9% of the farm related engines are now diesel?  Many farmers don't have a tank for straight gas.

 Yep, but alot of the feed trucks, grain trucks and smaller utility tractors are not. You cant go out and put a fresh battery in something that hasnt been started for 10 months and expect it to run on ethanol



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Posted February 07, 2018 - 10:11 AM

 Yep, but alot of the feed trucks, grain trucks and smaller utility tractors are not. You cant go out and put a fresh battery in something that hasnt been started for 10 months and expect it to run on ethanol

Gasoline and diesel used strictly on farm does not have the highway tax added to the price of it here in Ohio.






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