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Old 11-07-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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How much do you need to mix fuel stabilizer when you add it to gas?


I'm going to add some fuel stabilizer to my gas. How much mixing do I need to do? Do you just gently tilt the can or do you need to shake it up? Also, a related question, when I add 2-cycle engine oil mix to gas do I need to shake it up or anything initially, or after it's been sitting a while?

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How much do you need to mix fuel stabilizer when you add it to gas?


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I'm going to add some fuel stabilizer to my gas. How much mixing do I need to do? Do you just gently tilt the can or do you need to shake it up? Also, a related question, when I add 2-cycle engine oil mix to gas do I need to shake it up or anything initially, or after it's been sitting a while?

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You really don't need to shake up either one, but moving the can around a little bit is certainly not going to hurt anything.

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