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mtreno

non - oxy - gas

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ok i assuem fleet has some as they do in the cities. anyware else? baxter or west of there?

new to the area - dont no nothin or nobody - will be lookin for muskie fisherman come june..... cool.gif

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mtreno,

I live just south of Brainerd by the bypass is a Conaco station that sells it.

mr

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i found some at the conaco on 18 leaving town to the east. also fleet does have it as i was there today.

anywhere else?

thanks

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The gas station next to BIR raceway on Hwy 371! grin.gif

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anywhere in cross lake have this??

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mtreno shoot me an email about muskie fishing

dfreeman@gac.edu

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Is non-oxy-gas the same as 92 octane? If not, what is the big benefit of running this through your outboard?

Thanks,

BHS

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it is gas made the way they used to make gas. no corn or other "oxenginating" additives added to the fuel. thats why you can only use it in outboards - collector cars - atv's sleds and stuff. just burns cleaner for engines not made to burn all that other stuff. saves your filters - injectors - and spark plugs.

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I've actually found that most gas stations from Garrison to Bemidji have it. If my memory serves me correctly, these are the stations in the immediate Brainerd area that I've stopped at that have had it.

Conoco at 18/25

Triangle (by Tires Plus)

Holiday (by Cub, Baxter)

Former Checkered Flag by BIR - can't remember what it is now

Holiday (Sportland Corners/Nisswa)

These are the ones that I can remember off the top of my head that I've gassed up the boat at because they've had it. But like I said, it seems that most stations in this part of the state have it. Not sure why so few (comparatively) have it in the Cities.

Aaron

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