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Old 06-02-2016, 01:42 PM   #57
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Originally Posted by peterson View Post
Aw, come on. This thread is already four pages long and is really nothing but a troll thread.

No fuel station in the country would stay in business if it was selling bad fuel. Sure, sometimes there will be a bad load for some reason or another. The word "Murphy" could be replaced with "Shell", "Chevron", or any other name brand and this thread would be the same.
Rather than a troll thread, I'd say it's more like a wake up call to some RV'ers that there are more stations with better prices out there than the Pilot/Flying J, TSA and others trying to stick it to the RV community. I do agree that any station can get a bad load of fuel at any time, but the incidence of that is VERY VERY low, whatever the name on the sign.
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Old 06-02-2016, 08:11 PM   #58
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Originally Posted by Bill2 View Post
I have used Murphy stations many times for diesel never had a problem also if you're coming down I 44 near Fort Leonard Wood the Murphy there is very acceptable to big rigs it's a new station within the last year and has the best prices around also you can spend the night at Walmart parking lot
What a coincidence! That is the stationed I fueled at! I am retired Army and also have a CMB.
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