$2.97 $13.17

Amazon has the 4oz STA-BIL Storage Fuel Stabilizer (22204) for $2.97 with free shipping on $35+ or with Prime. (extra 5% off with 5+ items S&S order). Treats up to 10 gallons; keeps fuel fresh for 24 months.

$2.97 retail: $13.17
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turk182
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 06:18 AM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 06:18 AM PT
same price per ounce at Wallyworld
Rwcarroll
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:22 AM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:22 AM PT
Sorry but you’re incorrect. This is for 4 ounces and is much cheaper than
Walmart
bbargains
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:47 AM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:47 AM PT
Deal is dead. Now $7.18.
btc909
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:58 AM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 08:58 AM PT
Sorry but you’re incorrect. This is for 4 ounces and is much cheaper than Walmart - Rwcarroll
$2.97 / 4 = .74c @ oz. vs, $5.54 / 8 = .69c @ oz.
Myself
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 09:49 AM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 09:49 AM PT
Because fuel blends change for summer and winter, it's a good idea to change it over seasonally, in early May and late September, just pour your stored gas into the car and refill the cans from the pump. Having winter gas during winter means easier starting, and having summer gas during summer means the cans bulge less because of the lower vapor pressure.

This means you're only storing fuel for a max of 8 months, and stabilizer is optional.

It won't hurt anything, though, and of course if you forget a changeover, it's nice insurance to have the stabilizer in there so the stuff doesn't clog your injectors next year when you remember.
cloves2016
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Posted 12/07/2023 at 12:19 PM PT
Posted 12/07/2023 at 12:19 PM PT
Because fuel blends change for summer and winter, it's a good idea to change it over seasonally, in early May and late September, just pour your stored gas into the car and refill the cans from the pump. Having winter gas during winter means easier starting, and having summer gas during summer means the cans bulge less because of the lower vapor pressure.

This means you're only storing fuel for a max of 8 months, and stabilizer is optional.

It won't hurt anything, though, and of course if you forget a changeover, it's nice insurance to have the stabilizer in there so the stuff doesn't clog your injectors next year when you remember. - Myself
I have multiple 2 cycle machines for yard work and a power washer. I put stable in gas and run higher octane 93. Still doesn't stop the small carbs from gunking up regardless. 10% Ethanol is terrible for carb passages. Think projectfarm did a good video on fuel stabilizer