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Just a heads up for anyone needing some seafoam.

I stopped by Oreilly's auto parts today to pick some up and they have the 16oz cans on sale, buy 2 get a 3rd free. So I ended walking out with enough seafoam to last me at least 2-3 years.

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thanks... going to go gey some
 

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Silicon Sam wrote:
Same here in Austin.

Picked up 3 cans for $19.98. 9.99 per can.
Wouldn't 3 cans for $19.98 be $6.66 per can? That may not be too good!
 

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don graham wrote:
regular price is $9.99. He got 3 for the price of 2.
Correct a mundo, sir....

9.99 per can for 2 cans, and a 3rd was free. So I paid $19.98 for 3 cans. I see Walmart's price online is $8.97 each.
 

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Oreilly's had them in Aug for $6.99 a can.
 

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Ah, but a sale missed is no sale at all. sniff...

I bought 3 cans back in August myself, use it sparingly.
 

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$6.45 at our area Rural King farm store. Auto Zone is at the $10 range.

Put a cap in the crankcase of all of your small gas engines, put a cap or two in their fuel tanks. Definitely put a cap in the fuel tank of your 2 stroke saws and etc. Put a splash or 3 in your vehicle gas tank to keep injectors clean.

Just do not put a can of it in that Chevy 1 ton truck with the 427 engine on its last legs that you have made a deal to buy cheap and then drive it 50 miles because it was the only truck to drive. Did that and have the tee shirt but do not have the 427 motor because it came back running like a new truck. Rings un-stuck and lifters not rattling. Boss backed out on the sale.
 

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Someone please tell me what it does? I am not familiar with this product:?.



Thanks,

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It's $7.60 per 16 oz if you buy it in the "big boy" gallon can. $56 at Autozone regular price. I also picked up a pump cap that dispenses an oz per pump.
 

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Eagle,

It's a fuel system/carb cleaner, crank case cleaner, cylinder de-carbonizer, fuel stabilizer and a delicious dessert topping!

NOTE: only 4 of the five above are true. Be sure to consult the label for usages and concentrations!
 

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OK, as soon as get my bike back from the dealership, i will give it a try. Thanks Amigo!



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