Yes and you can also add any that you find.
Hum, I should pay $0.50 a gallon more for premium ethanol free gas that my Wing was not designed to run on without evidence that the ethanol blended gasoline that I've run for the last ten years in my Wing is causing harm?
Just out of curiosity, what do you do with the fuel after you are done testing it? With all that water in it, I can't see much use for it.:? And heaven knows the Green Police will get ya in a skinny minute if you don't dispose of something correctly.:lash:
I good friend of mine that lives in Maryland actually heats his business (garage) with a oil heater. Works for him as he does lots of oil changes!I pour the test samples into my used oil which is usually in milk jugs. I take those periodically to the harzardous waste disposal here in town after I get 4 or 5 gallon jugs filled.
A fella use to come by and take the used oil to burn in his waste oil heater, but haven't seen him this winter. Thinking of making my own for my garage.
Yep, I've a mobile home furnace that I'm going to use. I missed out on a couple of really nice plastic 55 gallon barrels for free a couple of weeks ago.I good friend of mine that lives in Maryland actually heats his business (garage) with a oil heater. Works for him as he does lots of oil changes!
You're at the right place.where can I go to see all my bike has, I guess you know by now am a girl and I don't even know where my gas tank is and what type of fuel to use:sadguy: