I'm sort of new to snow areas and never had to leave a mower or snowblower
sitting for half a year. Before I put either away for the year I drain
the gas and run the motor repeatedly until it won't start anymore trying
to get as much gas out as possible. But does anyone use STP gas treatment
in something like a 4-cycle snowblower motor when breaking it out to take
care of varnish/gumming problems for the small amounts of gas that
probably got left behind?
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I have had good success adding a fuel stabilizer at the end of season and
running to insure treated fuel gets to the carb. I think some parts need to
be kept wet and I don't think it is possible to drain all of the fuel. I
have no idea what STP gas treatment is intended to do.
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