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Fall cold weather fuel additives?

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What is your call Rob on Fuel conditioners?

I have always used Sta-Bil fuel treatment for fall and winter mixed fuels, is this the best one, or is there another that may work better?

I have had great luck with Sta-bil in my boats and ice augers, I never mix fuel without it!

Thanks Rob

[This message has been edited by Backwater Eddy (edited 08-31-2000).]

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The most important thing about fuel stabilizers is what you are already doing. Use them. Fuel can begin to breakdown and begin forming varnishes in about 30 days. I used Sta-Bil for many years, it is a good product. I switched to Cabela's label of fuel stabilize, this past year. So far it seems to be equal to Sta-Bil.
It is a good idea to use it every time you fuel up, not just for winter storage. You never know when you won't run the motor for a while and it can prevent problems from ever starting.
Rob

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