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Oil in the gas for better lube?

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ed

09-04-2002 19:11:16




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A friend of mine puts a little marvel mistery oil in the gas when he fills up. Does this help or just burn up like all the oil that I put in through the rings haha. Just wonder if any one else puts any thing like that in there gas? He has John Deere tractors and may be that why. on another note Guys learn to be safe with your tractors. We had a man get killed the other day when his Antique tractor rolled over. He worked on a full time farm and got the tractor to help around the house. I guess sometimes you just don't know how unsafe they can be. Sorry he is gone. ed

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Don (AR)

09-08-2002 17:26:05




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 Re: oil in the gas for better lube? in reply to ed, 09-04-2002 19:11:16  
Dear Ol' Dad made a believer out of me. He would buy MMO by the thirty gal. drum to use in his Allis Dozers. They ran long and hard for more years than he did. I like it in fuel and crank case.



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Greg Bahr

09-05-2002 17:01:54




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 Re: oil in the gas for better lube? in reply to ed, 09-04-2002 19:11:16  
My nephew uses MMO in his diesel pickup went from 500 miles per tank to 600 wow!!! I am going to try it in my old gasser, and see if it helps good luck and sorry to hear of your loss. Greg



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Dave Banker

09-04-2002 20:03:30




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 Re: oil in the gas for better lube? in reply to ed, 09-04-2002 19:11:16  
sorry to hear about accident,to other comment, yes MMO does help,it works well at cleaning up carbon,I used it to free carbon encrusted stuck valve,2 days of soaking it shinedup like new. If you have noisy [hyd] lifters,try 2ozs. per qt. of oil run motor at varring speed for a few min. drain and fill with new,sounds like a recipe.



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markp

09-07-2002 07:20:49




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 Re: Re: oil in the gas for better lube? in reply to Dave Banker, 09-04-2002 20:03:30  
I use mmo in my truck's crank case. and I am going to try it in my gas tank. with my old tractor I ain't putting it in my crank case because it cleans to good.I don't want any more oil leaks. these tractors were built in an age where leaded gas was used. Now the only place where leaded gas can be used is a race track at $6.00 per gallon. the main reason for the lead is top end lube. so pour mmo in the gas it can't hurt.

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Keith K.

11-22-2004 18:22:00




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 Re: Re: Re: oil in the gas for better lube? in reply to markp, 09-07-2002 07:20:49  
My dad used to put a pint of diesel fuel into each tank of gas in his WD and WD 45. Did it work? Beats me. He said the oil in the diesel was good for the valves.



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