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Alcohol Free Fuel In Duluth Area & Iron Range

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Which gas stations carry non-oxygenated fuel (ethanol free) fuel within 20 miles of Duluth and on the Iron Range? I would like to compile a list of stations to carry with me.

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The BP station on HWY 33& doddridge and the little store on 33 & 45 (across from the frank lloyd wright station) in Cloquet carries non-oxygenated (actually I'm pretty sure the Little Store does, but I buy mine for my boat at the BP)

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Good idea. I had a fair amount of problems with ethanol last year creating condensation in my gas tank from pulling moisture through my vents. Eliminated it with nonoxygenated gas. Alot of stations don't carry NOG. The BP at the corner of 53 and Arrowhead has NOG as wells as the station on the corner of Haines and Maple Grove (ICO I think).

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The Spur?? on Woodland Ave. does. It's next to K&J's.

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Spur on Hwy 53 across from Hermantown liquor has it

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BP at pike lake and SA at pike lake.

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So far as I've seen, all BP's have NON-O gas. That's all I've run in my motor (Honda) for the last three years and I think it's been worth it.

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I 100% agree. BP gas is the best, it's unbelieveable how much of a difference there is when you get good gas...

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Esko Little Store (BP) right off the freeway at ext 242. They're usually cheaper thatn Duluth too.

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