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breimer

12-01-2012 08:17:07
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If one buys only Premium grade gasoline is there less enthanol in that? Some people are saying that. I always use premium in any small engines, snowmobiles, motorbikes etc.




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504

12-01-2012 20:03:35
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 Re: E-15 in reply to breimer, 12-01-2012 08:17:07  
My brother deals with a lot of truck lines and oil companies. We have a local chain of gas stations here and they have told him his town has 100% gas, but the same brand(same owner)is mixed 15 miles away. I try to run 100% Premium gas in the 2 stroke stuff and the mower with the snow blower on it. In our area it is hard to buy straight gas without the ethanol.



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dhermesc

12-03-2012 05:44:53
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 Re: E-15 in reply to 504, 12-01-2012 20:03:35  
Probably more of a chance premium has alcohol than regular. Alcohol is an easy way to boost octane.



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George Marsh

12-03-2012 18:51:52
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 Re: E-15 in reply to dhermesc, 12-03-2012 05:44:53  
I used premium in 2 chain saws. One new saw and an old one. Both saws died soon after I started using premium, carb issues.



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