I'd find the Geo guy's post and try it anyway. If my diesel fleet went to hell and i went back to gas.Better off just finding non ethanol fuel to begin with.
Way back when, we had an old cub cadet garden tractor. It had a split tank, you would start it on gas and switch it over to kerosene. Was kinda goofy to get it right and it didn't really run right on gas and needed heat in it before you changed it over, but it was very fuel efficient. Had to remember to change it back over to gas when you shut it off. Wouldn't start on kerosene. Needed anew plug like once a month. Was eventually replaced with a newer cub, much less fussy but piged gas by comparison.I'd find the Geo guy's post and try it anyway. If my diesel fleet went to hell and i went back to gas.
I still have my own anecdotal experience where using a 5gal gas can that had a couple residual ounces of diesel (from fueling equipment during the week) gave me maybe a 10% mpg boost, so i'd also experiment with that. Like a weak 2-stroke mix.
Here you go. The link will bring you to NJ stations.As for NJ where I spend 99% of my time, I've not seen pumps for non-ethanol fuel. Probably isn't allowed in NJ (outside stuff like "TruFuel" cans for small engines) since we're following CA emissions regulationss (refer to the "CA Kool-Aid" in my previous post).
Ok you win the prize, that was goodi got really worried around lunchtime today because the beginning of the morning it was a nice 74 degrees, but then it just kept getting warmer and warmer. By lunchtime it was 95 degrees. if this keeps up it's going to be like 300 by tomorrow.
Interesting - only 8 documented in the whole state, though. Looks like most of those are in what I'd consider "south Jersey". I'm rarely down that way, I spend pretty much all my time up in the north part of the state.Here you go. The link will bring you to NJ stations.
Pure-gas.org - ethanol-free gasoline in the U.S. and Canada