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Last Edited by godsantagonist June 19, 2016 at 03:01 PM
Sears.com has the 2-cycle fuel 32oz cans on Hot Buy for $3.99. Regular price is $6.49.
States "online only" and for store pickup only.

40:1 fuel mix [sears.com]
50:1 fuel mix [sears.com]

It is 32 oz. of specially formulated full synthetic oil, 90+ octane ethanol-free gasoline and fuel stabilizer pre-mixed ratio.

For in store pick up only
-Fuel stabilizer keeps gas fresh up to two years after can has been opened
-Higher octane fuel for enhanced performance
-Full synthetic oil provides advanced lubrication and reduces spark plug fouling
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are you sears?
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That's a good price.
Premixed fuel is expensive, but it has it's uses. I bought one can of 1:40 and one can of 1:50 years ago.

I've 3 sons that use my 2 trimmers/brush cutters and 5 chainsaws. Only very rarely do we go through more than one can of fuel a day. After we used the cans up the first time we (usually me) CAREFULLY refill them with an appropriate mix of ethanol free gas quality oil and an extra shot of Stabil..

That way we always have "premixed" fuel LABELED correctly which decreases the chance of mis-fueling.

For me the value is in the can, not the fuel.
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Dunno, my stuff's not too picky. I've always gotten along fine with pump gas except for one blower where the ethanol ate the primer bulb (but decades ago).
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Quote from Roveldude View Post :
Dunno, my stuff's not too picky. I've always gotten along fine with pump gas except for one blower where the ethanol ate the primer bulb (but decades ago).
Hmm. I didn't think Ethanol became widespread until after the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

This graph of Ethanol Fuel availabe in US suggest it was around was wasn't maybe at every pump like it is now until around that 2005 mark.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eth...the_US.svg
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Quote from RonPaulFan View Post :
Hmm. I didn't think Ethanol became widespread until after the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

This graph of Ethanol Fuel availabe in US suggest it was around was wasn't maybe at every pump like it is now until around that 2005 mark.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eth...the_US.svg
Been buying it since early '80's. Phased in as lead was phased out.
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where can you buy ethanol free gas?
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where can you buy ethanol free gas?

Lots of places just depends if you have any gas stations that offer it around you. Hell we have a few around here that have 115 octane race gas at the pump haha.

Check here for your area, there are a few more sites out there as well you can use to check.

http://www.pure-gas.org/
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where can you buy ethanol free gas?
Here you can find 11,000 locations
http://www.pure-gas.org
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Here you can find 11,000 locations
http://www.pure-gas.org
Nuts, all the places within a reasonable distance of me are marinas or airports. The rest are way out in the boonies.
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Sweet. Only $15.96 a gallon to save 30 seconds of mixing your own. What a bargain!

Quote from plastrd View Post :
Nuts, all the places within a reasonable distance of me are marinas or airports. The rest are way out in the boonies.
So go to the marina or airport. What's the issue?
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Sweet. Only $15.96 a gallon to save 30 seconds of mixing your own. What a bargain!



So go to the marina or airport. What's the issue?
these cans say they stay fresh for 5 years unopened, you can't say that about marina gas from what i read its only good for 6months
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these cans say they stay fresh for 5 years unopened, you can't say that about marina gas from what i read its only good for 6months
If it takes you five years (or even 6 months) to get through a quart of fuel, you're not using your equipment enough. Big Grin
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