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Old 02-08-2013, 05:58 AM
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Good stuff thanks. I hadn't considered filling the tank, since it would seem like it would then make it harder/longer to eventually burn off the older gas. If you have a car in long term storage, and only start it periodically to get the juices flowing, then imagine how long it would take to empty that tank. Is stabil that good of a product that it could protect a tank of gas for years?
It prevents the need to burn off old gas because the gas does not get 'old' per say. It keeps it from getting gummy and leaving varnish in the fuel system. I've been putting it in all the gas that I put in fuel cans for years because you never know how long it might sit unused.
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