At $66.99 per gallon I would spend $1,000 a month if I used that ridiculously over priced "handy" fuel. I can buy 5 gallons of expensive VP race fuel for 80 bucks and mix it myself. Or just buy regular pump gas at $2.00 a gallon.After rebuilding brother in laws (now ex) MS 310 carb and fuel system for the second time, I researched what the heck? Found his 'mixed gas' can out in rain with now cover on spout. I put several cans of Trufuel next to saw and taped label on saw 'Use Only Trufuel'.
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From the # guys here that say they bought a saw cheap because it was straight gassed i'd say pretty damn hard. I've only bought the canned gas twice and that was to take along to a GTG because i didn't need much.I know! How hard can it be to pure in a pre mix bottle of oil in a one gallon can of fuel? vs. $67.00 a gallon for "handy fuel"
Well it may have it's uses with people that have a yard the size of a postage stamp and a quart will last them the whole season in there weed eater. Saves the need for a gas can.From the # guys here that say they bought a saw cheap because it was straight gassed i'd say pretty damn hard. I've only bought the canned gas twice and that was to take along to a GTG because i didn't need much.
Check your local motorcycle shop, Summit Racing, for race fuel. Or a small local airport for AV gas.I’d like to know if you could buy the gas that Stihl uses in their Motomix in quantity without the oil and all the “bad and ugly” stuff in the chart I posted earlier. That’s probably the reason it costs so much.
I don't know if it's still the case but when I checked Truefuel produced Motomix for Stihl (to Stihl's specifications).If you looking for a fuel that will store well. here ya go.
Sunoco has been making high quality fuels for all types of motors decades.
I would trust Sunoco, VP or Stihl, to be the best quality fuels on the market. Bar none.
Not sure how Trurfuel stacks up against these brands.