Which type of gas would you buy for your 2 cycle equipment before adding the mix?

Which type of gas would you buy for your 2 cycle equipment before adding the mix?

  • Regular Non Ethanol

    Votes: 10 100.0%
  • 93 With Ethanol

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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davbell22602

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Which type of gas would you buy for your 2 cycle equipment before adding the mix?

Regular non ethanol or 93 with ethanol?
 

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Dave, since most of us can't find fuel that is ethanol free this isn't a valid poll. If we had a choice then regular ethanol free fuel would be the way to go for lawn equipment.

I know of only one station that is 20 miles from me that still carries ethanol free fuel.
 

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I just use diesel in them and skip the oil mix.
 

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If the poll said 87, 89 or 93 to be mixed with oil for 2 cycle equipment the answer would be 93...
 

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WD40
 

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They sell premixed fuel for ~$5

By the time you buy gasoline and the oil to mix, you are break even. This stuff is 93 ethanol free and stores for a long time before going bad.
 

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They sell premixed fuel for ~$5

By the time you buy gasoline and the oil to mix, you are break even. This stuff is 93 ethanol free and stores for a long time before going bad.

I buy gas already pre mixed in a can that no ethanol and its synthetic also. It retails for $8 can. Its called Tru Fuel.
 

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They sell premixed fuel for ~$5

By the time you buy gasoline and the oil to mix, you are break even. This stuff is 93 ethanol free and stores for a long time before going bad.

I buy gas already pre mixed in a can that no ethanol and its synthetic also. It retails for $8 can. Its called Lazy fuel because I don't know how to mix oil so I will pay more to have someone do it for me...

Makes sense!
 

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They sell premixed fuel for ~$5

By the time you buy gasoline and the oil to mix, you are break even. This stuff is 93 ethanol free and stores for a long time before going bad.

I buy gas already pre mixed in a can that no ethanol and its synthetic also. It retails for $8 can. Its called Tru Fuel.

That's the name but I bet that price stings. No wonder we couldn't keep it on the shelves. Maybe that is why TSC over here no longer carries it. :fume:
 

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