My dad has stories of using that drip gas in Oklahoma when he was a kid.
One included spending the nights at a well to keep an eye on it and having
to start up some of the pumps on a cold night. Pull the spark plug out and
heat it up with a lit match, screw it back in real quick and start cranking.
I have used the match trick on several occasions on some of my 2 stroke yard
> All the discount chains get their fuel from one of the major
Hate to burst anybodies bubble but as long as the gasoline of a
designated grade meets the (R+M)/2 spec, it's the same stuff.
Were are dealing with a price sensitive commodity here.
BTW, try to find a test stand that can run the (R+M)/2 test.
The one I used was on it's last legs, and that was almost 50 years ago.
Maybe it's run differently in other parts of the country but all the
cards I've gotten were mailed to the house ... not issued in the store.
At any rate, I didn't think I'd get much traction, but I figured I'd at
least raise the issue.
Back to woodworking. I posted some bowls, candlesticks and a pen
tonight. Not that any one here is a likely customer. And I found an
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