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Old 10-12-2012, 08:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Grubrunner View Post
I always thought levels greater than 20% were the issue..... no?

I may be wrong

I've always heard/talked about 15%, but I have no problem saying 15-20+%. Either way, higher ethanol content fuels cause problems. You won't have fuel line issues with anything newer than 2000, but marine fuel lines have been very slow in catching up and some guys I know will drive trucks down the docks so they can fuel up with the ethanol free gas than a lot of docks carry because of this.
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