That is exactly what I use, Harry. And, this year, for the first time, it is what I found in a round, metal, 5 gallon can. So keep an eye out for it.I don’t know what “Heat” is... I assume it is like what I use. I have a bunch of small engines that run off two stroke. This stuff works great - no carb problems anymore. This engines run really good on the premixed stuff.
I live in Lee County Alabama and you can’t find the stuff since the horrible tornado. If I could find five gallon cans of the stuff I would buy it.
Big fan... if I am not mistaken I think the sealed containers have a longer storage life than that that you would mix yourself.
It might be a “Texas Thing”... since everything is bigger in TX. But I will keep my eyes open.That is exactly what I use, Harry. And, this year, for the first time, it is what I found in a round, metal, 5 gallon can. So keep an eye out for it.
Good to know, Thanks!!Marine gas is ethanol free and might be easier to get at your local marina.
brings up a very good point that maybe we should clarify , JohnHeat, I was told at the local fire house, is an alcohol fuel additive.
I’m thinking about cases of the new premix for the chainsaws.