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Re: Using 10% ethanol in Ford 3000

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Thanks to all who have answered my post about using 10% ethanol in a Ford 3000. In reading all the responses, I think I might have a problem because I live in Iowa (and it is getting cold). I won't be using the 3000 any more until spring, so it must sit unused in an unheated pole barn all winter with the ethanol in it. Thanks again, guys, for taking the time to answer. Glen

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 Re: Using 10% ethanol in Ford 3000 in reply to Glen83, 11-24-2013 09:21:20  
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Glen83, you say you live in Iowa, and you just now are being exposed to ethanol? What rock did you just crawl out from under? Or maybe you just don't pay attention when you go down to the local fill-er-up gas station?

The vast majority of us who lve in Iowa have been using E10 for better than 30 years now and have never had a problem. In fact, I have a Farmall H setting in an unheated building, and it has E10 in the tank. It will start up and run any time I need it, even on a day like today when the temperature is 0 degrees. If my 63 year old Farmall will run on E10, your MUCH newer Ford should not have a problem with it.

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 Re: Using 10% ethanol in Ford 3000 in reply to Glen83, 11-24-2013 09:21:20  
here's a link for finding an ethonal free gas station. I've seen to many messed up carbs on small gas engines like chain saws mowers and even big gas engines. Talked to the mechanic at the local mower shop and he told me he's never had as much business as he's had since they introduced the 10% ethonal gas. Here's the link

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