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Now I know who the brainy one is, I'll keep looking for your posts.
Ethanol should be eliminated, as its production has increased costs of food and animal feeds, it produces lower gas mileage in our cars. Instead of ethanol production, we as a country should be drilling and utilizing the oil that is within our country and that which lies offshore.
Paul Quirk jr
I spilled ethanol 10 on the quarter panel of my 1965 GMC handivan while refueling. The next morning the enamal paint had lifted as if paint stripper had been applied. The van had been repainted in 1978 and had fuel spilled on it before. The only difference was the ethanol.
please eliminate ethanol altogether
there are no stations shown in the northeast????? Are there none here?
We should not be forced to put ethanol in our machinery, motors, cars etc. It does more damage than it helps.
Where can I find ethanol free gas in Roanoke, Va.
East Bloomfield, NY
I understand the government's intent to implement the use of ethanol treated fuels, but I don't see where leaving at least one grade of gasoline that is untreated is being unreasonable. Currently ethanol is raising havoc with the power tools in the fire service. If the Jaws of life won't start because ethanol has ruined the gasoline powered unit that powers those jaws, then someone will die. Perhaps the International Association of Firefighters and the county, state and federal associations of fire chiefs need to start rattling some cages.
I believe ethanol does not work well in trying to save on gas it uses up gas to fast it should be straight gas and no additives so we can get more gas milage.
Does anyone know if super has ethanol in it? I was told it doesn't. I have been using super 93 octane and i get 5 extra miles per gallon on average. Well worth the higher cost.
I have the engine out of a collector car and the conses of opinion is the damage was caused bu ethanol. The rebuild is going to cost around $2500 and would not have been necessary if there were no Ethanol. I have always used stabilizer and led additive but it didnt stop the damage to this engine. The ethanol turned into a glue like substance and burned the pistons and started to destroy the bearings.
I see no reason to have ethanol in the gas at all. I try every additive I can think of to try and compensate for any damage that might happen. What can we do.? This has to be stopped. I think ethanaol is more carcenagenic and more dangerous than lead ever was. It was stated in a local paper that people at gas pumps are experiencing dizziness also. The smell at the pumps are sure different than they used to be. What does that tell you also! spmething has to be done. They must thinh of us collector people also,not just the new cars.
I have begged congress and exxonmobile to make 93 octane free of ethanol. I'd be better off talking to the wall. at least I wouldn't get a ration of bull from the wall
Who are we to doubt the wisdom of the US Congress? Before you know it they'll be saving us from lightbulbs.
Haffners 215 Lowell Rd Hudson, NH sells 110 octane leaded racing fuel, they DO NOT have ethanol free gas
Are there any stations around Baltimore?
I have found Ethanol free gas but it is 1 hour away and expensive, it is worth it . I use it in my lawn and 4 wheeler since I DON't use it a lot; just for pushing snow in the winter. They could save the older vehicles, but then you would not have to by a new weed eater on chain saw every year. They just started telling you about if you leave it in it destroys your carb.
anyboby know why you cant find ethanol fuel around pittsburgh area any more
Southern States fuel on Rt 2 in Fredericksburg sells 87 ethanol free. Runs about 20% more than E10.