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Old 03-15-2011, 01:32 PM   #15
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Thanks this really helps me too. We also live in Fla and will be storing the MH for a few months with minor week trips planned here and there. So verdict out was full but not completely "topped off" with a stabilizer and possibly a biocide ( for the bacteria) ??? Sounds good to me!

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Old 03-15-2011, 04:58 PM   #16
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I have had good results doing the following, for the 4 months it sets not moving during our summer stay in North Idaho. Blocks under the tires. Reccomended tire pressure for load & covered. Jacks exteded, fuel tank filled and a bottle of blue marine STA-BIL added. The Blue STA-BIL has a longer storeage life. Start the Engine once a month, bring it up to operating temp and run the transmission through all the gears to keep the seals lubed. It works for me

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Old 03-15-2011, 06:18 PM   #17
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Well I don't know when you throw in "Ethanol", alcohol absorbs water and you are in Florida. I am SC and my MH is parked 30' from a big lake. I do not fill my tank but I do treat it with Sta-Bil "Marine", this is made to treat Ethanol. I do not want 75 gallons of 4 month old Ethanol in my tank! I also do the same for my boats, no problem yet, however the boats have large (more than a quart) water separater fuel filters on them.

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