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Old 06-02-2015, 07:32 PM   #15
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Steve- I thought they had to sticker the pumps ? Bio and the percentage ?

Not sure about the requirement. I use to see the % all the time but lately I haven't seen the sticker at the pump. I usually check their web site before I stop so I kind of know what to expect. Have seen some stickers stating the fuel is between 5-20% at this pump.


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Just stopped today @ Flying J in Carlisle PA and filled it - 90 Gals- Nothing on the Pump that indicated Bio at all .
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Just stopped today @ Flying J in Carlisle PA and filled it - 90 Gals- Nothing on the Pump that indicated Bio at all .

Their web site shows an "intended bio blend" of 2% for both locations close to Carlisle.


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Thanks Steve
I will look at the site and check that out before refueling on the way back to Indiana !
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I stopped for fuel again in Columbus OH on the way back (52) gals and nothing on the pump - so I asked and was told No-Bio in the Truck Islands.
Anyhow the Old Cummins ran great the whole trip with the Race Trailer on the back.
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