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Old 02-04-2012, 12:02 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by bearaboo View Post
Let me point out, that if you use Flying J's services such as overnighting, propane, dump station, etc., you should patronize their establishment. They have the welcome mat out for RV'ers, therefore paying a few pennies more for this convenience is not unreasonable. If you don't use their services, by all means purchase where you like.

They are charging to dump, now.

I do agree that if overnighting, one should patronize the establishment, but if I have to pay to dump, purchase propane and purchase fuel, I don't need to do anything further to support them economically. JMTCW

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Old 02-04-2012, 12:16 PM   #30
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Another thought about FJ/Pilot... my gasser hates FJ/Pilot regular gas ! I can not only feel a power difference but have calculated a 0.3 to 0.5 mpg difference versus using Loves, or Texaco fuels. My 8.1 gets best mileage using Hess Brand regular gas !
Might not seem like much but when you consider the cost per mile of driving an RV and the wide choices we have in fuels why not use what feeds your beast the better performing fuels.

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Like Stillwater, I like Gas Buddy and Gas Prices at MSN and haven't used Flying J for at least 2 years. Can make $20+ a tank difference.

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