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Old 04-10-2017, 11:10 PM   #15
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On edit: I checked, we have two States that allow Premium gas without ethanol, Missouri and Montana. The rest of us are stuck with it.
Florida has some stations with ethanol free gas, South Carolina often has premium without. (often 4 very colorful pump handles)

Map of stations U.S. and Canada carrying ethanol free gas. Pure-Gas.org : Map of Ethanol-Free Gas Stations in the U.S. and Canada

number does seem to be increasing.
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FYI we have the same Geniuses in the USA that put ethanol in our gas also. I thought premium had it also. I'll have to check on that for my small motors also. On edit: I checked, we have two States that allow Premium gas without ethanol, Missouri and Montana. The rest of us are stuck with it.
Not really.In Wisconsin you can buy non ethanol premium depending where in state you are.Major citys no,out in the sticks they sell it. I buy it all the time.
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Not really.In Wisconsin you can buy non ethanol premium depending where in state you are.Major citys no,out in the sticks they sell it. I buy it all the time.
You can also buy it in Florida and Tennessee including regular but they are clearly labeled for off road use only (I think is the wording). I should have clarified that it appears that it is allowed for vehicles in the two States I mentioned for use in automobiles on the road in normal use. That info was from about 3 minutes of research. I'm not an expert by any means. Merely a bit of info that I was not aware of.
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I buy 100% gas for weed eaters and lawn mowers, and also for my 49 GMC, Stihl recommends 100% gas in all their equipment, The ethanol eats up fuel lines and breaks down quicker. I am going start using the ethanol free gas, in MH when setting thru winter.
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