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Gasoline storage
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I've been using Sta-Bil for years in my lawn mower, weed whacker, leaf blower, snow thrower and storage containers. Never had a gas related problem in any of them.
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soberbyker;128153 Wrote: I've been using Sta-Bil for years in my lawn mower, weed whacker, leaf blower, snow thrower and storage containers. Never had a gas related problem in any of them.

Same here. I've used gas with Sta-Bil added to it that was at least 2 years old, and the riding mower/lawn mower/snow blower work fine.

The gas/oil in the 2.5 gal can for my weed-whacker is at least 4 years old and the machine still fires up like new--and at the rate it gets used, I'll have it for another 4 years. I swear, I run that sucker for a couple hours every week each summer and I've used maybe a gallon of that gas in all this time.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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Glad this was bumped. Last time I searched I could not find ethanol free fuel around here, but I checked the linky posted earlier and found some within reasonable driving distance.
http://pure-gas.org/index.jsp?stateprov=PA

A few marinas around here sell it. I'll get some next season for my equipment.

Or maybe now for winter storage. I haven't winterized everything yet.
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