Convert everything you can to diesel and stop worrying about storage shelf-life, imho.
Diesel just makes more sense for internal combustion engines anyway. If we had gone entirely diesel decades back, we wouldn't be having near the fuel crisis we're currently having.Convert everything you can to diesel and stop worrying about storage shelf-life, imho.
Stabil is not nearly as effective as some of the others on the market such as Pri and some of the new brands. I've heard it's hard on rubber and gaskets too. I haven't used it in years because of lousy results with it.You could use sta-bil fuel stabilizer.
You can get a couple years or so out of it by using one of the better preservatives and storing it in a sturdy non vented container like a fuel drum, meant for the vapor pressure. But rotating is always the best way. To make sure the fuel in the drum is fresh when it's needed. You can always add the preservative if the SHTF.Rotating is the only way to store fuel. Use old fuel and put fresh fuel in. Make it a habit.
In the past, gasoline stored was never a problem. It might well be that 50 year old petrol now will store another 50 years without problem.People on these forums have said petrol goes off... ...
Is there another reason it wont store?