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    Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    Figured this might be of interest to some..

    http://www.drillnowhere.com/non-oxy-...minnesota.html
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    http://www.motorbyte.com/norton/ethanol-free.htm

    The list tends to change, so a search for non-oxygenated Minnesota in google 'should' also give most recent lists if these get stale.


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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    Thanks!!!! But I do see stations are missing from the list and others no longer offer it (in the area I live in!) but this is a great list to start with!
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    For me I get gas locally at the same station (Marathon) which has non oxy. If I am on a trip somewhere and need fuel, I hit the fuel button on the Zumo and if a Marathon pops up I go there. Otherwise I pick one on my route and play hit or miss. The thing is about the range on this bike is that most of my rides are in MN or WI. Even if I go to the cabin up near Duluth I can make it there and all the way home on a tank if I take it easy. So I just top off on the way out and again when I get home. This is just how it seems to work out with my riding. For the times that I need gas and don't stumble across non-oxy accounts for about 2-3 tanks of gas a year. That isn't too bad.
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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    This website lists non-oxy (ethanol free) gasoline stations in other states/provinces in the US & Canada.

    http://pure-gas.org/

    I think it was posted before in a similar thread.
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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    Quote Originally Posted by redst05 View Post
    Thanks!!!! But I do see stations are missing from the list and others no longer offer it (in the area I live in!) but this is a great list to start with!
    Yup, like I said, these lists get stale quickly (just like E10 gas..) . I have found that at least 50% of the "outstate" gas stations in MN sell real gas, probably to accomodate a lot of the boat/lake regions.

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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    Quote Originally Posted by DixieFlyer View Post
    This website lists non-oxy (ethanol free) gasoline stations in other states/provinces in the US & Canada.

    http://pure-gas.org/

    I think it was posted before in a similar thread.
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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    Should be a sticky somewhere..

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    This is a nice list to have. Unfortunately, non-oxy fuel is typically so far away from where I live, that the better mileage I get with it is negated by the drive I have to make to get it.

    However, I still run it exclusively in my small engines (chainsaw, lawnmower). I'll be putting these into a POI file eventually....


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    Re: Non-oxygenated fuel station list - Minnesota

    I don't generally search it out either but if it's available, I'll use it. The main benefit to me is winter storage - 'real' gas doesn't go stale like the oxy stuff. Last tank in fall is always the good stuff, plus some stabilizer like Seafoam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkra13 View Post
    I don't generally search it out either but if it's available, I'll use it. The main benefit to me is winter storage - 'real' gas doesn't go stale like the oxy stuff. Last tank in fall is always the good stuff, plus some stabilizer like Seafoam.
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