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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Click HERE to see the chart. Useful information if you're still deciding. I purchased an inexpensive gas portable generator and plan on installing a tri fuel kit.
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm in central Georgia, so winter temps in the 20's with occasional dips to the teens and summer temps in the 90's. It's fall, so yesterday (25 Oct) I was out blowing leaves using gasoline purchased and treated with Sta-Bil on 23 July 2015. That's 15 months of storage in a shed with exposure...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The good news is that I found a local fuel company that will sell me premix 87 octane gasoline (no ethanol!) for just a few cents over the regular E10 mix. They also sell, for $30, a brand new 55 gallon drum for storing said fuel. Alright! So now I just have to figure out where I should store...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Guys I tried the search bar ,before I posted this and couldnt seem to come across anything .So I figure Id ask yall opinion.. IM only 38 and was just a kid when gas was real gas .Fuel from what my Ol'Timer buddies said that you could put away for a long time and it still be very useable ...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey folks, just curious as to what all of you are planning on for gasoline during an evac type situation. As we all know, the gas stations will be hot targets as seen during katrina. Is anyone here caching petrol, oil, any other automotive products? Semper Fi Matt
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in apartment building on the second floor. I have an outdoor balcony. I want to get a couple of five gallon containers to fill with gasoline. Then add some sta-bil. I want to know both the safety implications of storing them on my balcony as well as what this will do to the fuel's...
  7. Urban Survival
    Anyone stocking up on fuel? If so, how/ where are you storing it?
  8. Urban Survival
    Here is real life story for you guys and gals. Lufkin, Texas a couple of days after hurricane Rita passed through. This guy is at a gas station filling up several 55 gallon drums, this person walks over to him, pulls out a pistol points it at him, says "you have enough gas, move on." So...
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