Non Ethanol Gasoline For RV Storage.
I been told to run the regular gas out and fill up with Non ethanol gasoline and get that in the fuel system before long periods of storage of 3 to 6 months. Marina's only sell non ethanol gas for good reason as I am learning.

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Comment by richard nance on July 3, 2015 at 5:31am

several stations around me in north carolina sell 89 non ethonal gas but its about 50 cents more

Comment by Rich Thomas on July 3, 2015 at 2:00am

Sorry Russell, It's The American Motorcyclist Association. the oldest and largest motorcycle organisation. They sanction events such as all types of racing to legislative watchdog for motorcycle enthusiast. Kinda like the NRA of motorcycles. 

Comment by Russell E Johnson on July 2, 2015 at 8:50pm

Sorry Rich, but what does AMA stand for?  Guess I will start using my tranny fluid/Lucas gas treatment in all my vehicles and and the menagerie of small engine items.  Right now I am using 1 quart of transmission fluid and 8 ounces of Lucas fuel treatment per 10 gallons of gas.  If E-15 goes thru I will probably increase the strength of the mixture.

Comment by Rich Thomas on July 2, 2015 at 7:48pm

I don't know if you are aware of the newest blessing of the EPA but E-15 is there newest passion and they don't seam to care about the consequences e-10 has done to small motors like we all have invested in like mowers gen sets and motorcycles. the e-15 will absolutely destroy any of these and to use it will void the manufactures warranty. If you want more info on this issue check out The AMA web site. they are leading the fight to try and stop e-15 and the special blend pumps that will be used to distribute this junk. They need to raise corn for food and keep it out of gasoline.  

Comment by Russell E Johnson on July 1, 2015 at 7:26pm

Finding non-ethanol is like finding hen's teeth.  In round trip to MT and back only found 1 station that had real gasoline, but it was in Wyoming.   

What I do is to add a healthy dose of stabil and fill the gas tank full, this blocks out air space for moisture to gather, and the stabil is suppose to keep the garbage gas from causing so much trouble.  Don't know if it is working, but it is the best scenario I can come up with.

Comment by R. Randall Halton on July 1, 2015 at 7:04pm

You might have a hard time fueling up with it due to tax's differing on the marine applications and the providers not wanting to get in trouble. 



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