Will Ethanol-Blended Gasoline Ruin Your Small Engines?

Ethanol-blended fuels get a bad rap for creating wear and tear on small engines used every day by installer businesses. But is the criticism warranted?
Will Ethanol-Blended Gasoline Ruin Your Small Engines?
To help ensure you choose the correct fuel for your small engine, the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute launched a “Look Before You Pump” campaign, placing red warning labels on pumps and equipment.

Would you? Could you? Should you use ethanol-blended, oxygenated fuel in your small engine?

The short answer is yes, but … 

Today’s spark-ignited, carbureted engines used in pumps, generators, weed whackers, lawn mowers, chain saws, Crust Busters, snow throwers, power...

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