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When is the snow finished in your area? March, April or May? Is it better to store your snow blower with an empty gas tank?

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  • #16
    Gary, did you see the video on twitter of the bear cub that walked into a garage in Illinois and walked around the guys? It was crying all the time, wonder where mama was ?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
      Gary, did you see the video on twitter of the bear cub that walked into a garage in Illinois and walked around the guys? It was crying all the time, wonder where mama was ?
      No! Where is the Beef (video)????

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      • #18
        I hope in April, I will be able to work and clean up in my yard and garden. Drain tanks and run all small engines dry on anything that won't be run for a period of time. Straight gas without ethanol is best for all small engines and will give you better peformance, less repairs, and better starting.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
          December to early or mid march is pretty normal here with a lot of weeks where the ground is bare mixed in.
          As far as fuel storage? I dunno. I keep all of my equipment fuel in, though on 4 stroke stuff I add stabil and run the carb dry. My little JD X300 does the bulk of work all year round whether it's lawn, plowing, or moving firewood.
          I dunno. If theres a piece of fear that gets neglected it's the generator. I start it once or twice a year and actually need it a day or two every few years. Keep it full, add a little stabil and run the carb dry. Fuel in the carb goes bad in a season. The stuff in the tank seems to keep for years. The fuel that was in there when I needed it a couple weeks ago was at least. Years old. Started on the first pull.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by jcarlin View Post
            December to early or mid march is pretty normal here with a lot of weeks where the ground is bare mixed in.
            As far as fuel storage? I dunno. I keep all of my equipment fuel in, though on 4 stroke stuff I add stabil and run the carb dry. My little JD X300 does the bulk of work all year round whether it's lawn, plowing, or moving firewood.
            As far as mowers go, my little Deere is a busy critter. I go through that tank ever 2 to 4 weeks depending on time of year. It never has a chance to go bad.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Pup49 View Post
              I hope in April, I will be able to work and clean up in my yard and garden. Drain tanks and run all small engines dry on anything that won't be run for a period of time. Straight gas without ethanol is best for all small engines and will give you better peformance, less repairs, and better starting.
              WalMart has gas without alcohol for $20.00/gal. If you have a marina around a lot of times they have alcohol free as well as most small airports.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
                Gary, did you see the video on twitter of the bear cub that walked into a garage in Illinois and walked around the guys? It was crying all the time, wonder where mama was ?
                It was on twitter. Some dealer garage in Illinois.
                here it is

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_psFFfJZW8

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                • #23
                  It's not unusual to get some snow in March or April but we've been getting hit pretty good. Never 7 inches in one day and gone the next.

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