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Old 09-15-2018, 08:22 PM   #1
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Default Ethanol free

Anyone have some good leads on ethanol free pump gas? It's known to give our equipment a hard time, and I'm sure many of us are using it now. I heard Shell , as a rule, doesn't sell it..But that could be a rumor..All thoughts are welcome..
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:34 PM   #2
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Anyone have some good leads on ethanol free pump gas? It's known to give our equipment a hard time, and I'm sure many of us are using it now. I heard Shell , as a rule, doesn't sell it..But that could be a rumor..All thoughts are welcome..
Trexlers Marinas is ethanol free I believe.


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Old 09-15-2018, 10:55 PM   #3
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Try this link:

https://www.pure-gas.org/index.jsp?p...e&stateprov=NH

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Default Misleading list

That list is a little misleading.

I don't know about the rest of you but if I'm looking for ethanol-free pump gas, I'm pretty sure I'm not going to find it at most small engine repair shops or outdoor power equipment dealers.

There should be a designation of how each location is providing the fuel, even if it's just "pump" or "no pump" or more detailed descriptions like gallon, 1/2 gallon or pint cans of pure gas for lawn mowers or pre-mixed 50:1 for 2-cycle engines. That would make it easier for someone to determine if it's worth the drive, depending on what they're using the gas in.

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Most of the locations listed are businesses that sell it in containers where it's used used primarily for outdoor power equipment.

That said, there's a Haffner's on the list and most Haffners locations carry non ethanol but it's very expensive
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I know its a long haul from the lakes region, but Shawnees general store in Wentworth, and Apple Knockers general store in Warren both have ethanol free for their premium fuel
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The OP didn't mention if he needed a large amount but for small engines like my snow blower and yard equipment I use TruFuel like Wolfeboro Baja mentioned. It's more expensive than pump gas so I use it toward the end of the season so I don't have to stabilize or run the motor dry. I just switched to it this past weekend in my lawn mower but I use it exclusively in my blower and chain saw. Home Depot has it:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/TruSouth...7206/205913140
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Ace Hardware in Ossipee also carries it.
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I know its a long haul from the lakes region, but Shawnees general store in Wentworth, and Apple Knockers general store in Warren both have ethanol free for their premium fuel
Thanks Gran Pa...I DO go there, but on my Bike...No way to bring home the goodness..
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The OP didn't mention if he needed a large amount but for small engines like my snow blower and yard equipment I use TruFuel like Wolfeboro Baja mentioned. It's more expensive than pump gas so I use it toward the end of the season so I don't have to stabilize or run the motor dry. I just switched to it this past weekend in my lawn mower but I use it exclusively in my blower and chain saw. Home Depot has it:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/TruSouth...7206/205913140
Thanks Mod, Yes I'm looking to fill the jerry jugs for all the tools here..
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