67736Re: Four Cycle Gasoline? (was: Sustainability (world-wide forest die-off now))
- May 1, 2012
You can also get 2-stroke motor oil with a fuel stabilizer already added to it. This is what I use, but not suggesting it is superior. Just what my local hardware store sells. I does seem to produce less (visible) smoke as well if used with the recommended 89 octane gasoline.
Ever wonder why we pay road tax on boat and lawnmower gas?
--- In email@example.com, "John Kohnen" <jhkohnen@...> wrote:
> Just this year I started using Sta-Bil gas stabilizer in the fuel for my
> small engines. It's cheap, even for the "marine" grade, considering how
> little gas I use, even including the lawnmower and weedeater. Probably
> cheaper than not using it, because I was discarding small amounts of old
> gas I no longer had faith in.
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