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    Senior Member gskeem's Avatar
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    Neighbor said it existed but not sure where.Called a long time friend says yes 30 cents more a gallon. I'll fill in the blanks as I do a road trip soon. Figured someone in this area is in the know.

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    This has come before in the past few months. Check this site: http://pure-gas.org/



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    Thanks for a current update, glad to see this posted again for memory challenged individuals like myself..
    Quote Originally Posted by DRF64 View Post
    This has come before in the past few months. Check this site: http://pure-gas.org/



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    The local Cenex stations have Ethanol free gas, I think there is one in Auburn and Issaquah.

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    Yes it costs more but the increased price is just about offset by the better MPG you get.



    I get about 60mpg with 10% ethanol gas and 75mpg with real 100% gas.



    I use it whenever I can find it. Luckly I have a station within 10 miles of home that sells it.



    Check out marine type places. Big demand for 100% gas for boats on trailers.



    If you are going to store some gas for awhile use the Non-Ethanol. It stores long term much better.

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    Fleet,



    Don't know about anywhere else, but here in the center of the state (Yakima, Selah, Ellensburg and Moses Lake) the Conoco stations have zero ethanol gas.



    Don't know where your headed on your road trip, but if you get over here give us a holler and stop by.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagger View Post
    Fleet,



    Don't know about anywhere else, but here in the center of the state (Yakima, Selah, Ellensburg and Moses Lake) the Conoco stations have zero ethanol gas.



    Don't know where your headed on your road trip, but if you get over here give us a holler and stop by.



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    Good to know this and thanks. . Be nice if Washington TW riders could set up a ride in the future.

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