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Old July 11th, 2018, 09:14 PM #71
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You are going to keep gas for a year?
Yes, you would use and relace fast enough to keep it from going bad.

Where are you storing these 60 gallons ?
Unoccupied shed with proper ventilation.

Donít forget the stabl or starttron (your choice) but no thanks, Iím not storing 60gallons of gas around my house. I donít have a shed nor would want to take up all that room in one with all the flammable liquid in just the cans. Maybe 4 or 5 of them.

Your decision on the amount you are comfortable with.

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I am currently storing 8 5Gal cans and rotating them monthly (more often during mowing season). Have had zero issues with the fuel going bad (not using any additives).
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I keep four 5 gallon jugs in the shed with filled with gas, and a whole pint of Seafoam is added to each jug. Gas stays fresh for a year, I'd imagine it could go longer... but after each year I will burn it in my truck and refill the jugs again for the upcoming year.

The genny has a 5 gallon tank as well... same process as above with it.

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It is harder for those of us who live in a apartment. My meter does have a main breaker switch right under it as well. Shutting my yap here and not saying any more...
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