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Old 07-11-2018, 12:39 PM
bsloop bsloop is offline
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I concur with Roman. Its the additive package.

Avoid ethanol if possible and treat with marine Stabil to minimize fuel problems now and down the road.
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:39 PM
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I use to collect fuel samples, in clear jars. Probably from over 50 different stations, mainly from Michigan (part of an internal OEM ethanol study). Gas comes in many different colors, mainly tinted a light blue or a light yellow. I would guess it has to do with the additive pack.
Yup, I worked for an oil refinery up until 2014. All the gas trucks come in and fill from the same tanks depending on what octane they were hauling. Each company would blend their gas to make it their own as it filled the trailer. Blends were all different colors.
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