My city is not listed.
I don't know how long they have been putting ethanol in the gas, but I just realized last week this fact.
I thought it was just a US thing.
Originally Posted by Goat Herder
It is not the end of the world but one can access it does dry out and harden the hoses as well.
I noticed my rubber fuel line is not soft like it used to be, it's hard and does not like to go back on, one day it got cracked.
I blamed it on the regular gas leeching out the plastic softeners.
Could be that 10% ethanol then.
Originally Posted by bigbutterbean
A lot of people have different opinions about ethanol,........There are also a plethora of fuel stabilizers available to combat any potential harmful effects that may be associated with ethanol for those that may still be worried about it.
My Echo power blend 2 stroke oil contains stabilizers, I thought that was there primarily to store the gas, but perhaps they do it for the ethanol damage too?
Alcohol, the cause of, and the solution to; all of lifes problems.
Not just bad for your liver and brain anymore.