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    Default Re: Fuel mix for ww2 vehicles

    Quote Originally Posted by ARMYPHOTOS View Post
    Hi Richard. We have had problems with the Bio in modern petrol down here. For example we had to rebuild a petrol pump on an MW and found the Bio Petrol had "Eaten" some of the metal away at the point the petrol enters the glass cover. It looked like a sculpture of a set of sharks teeth. Another pump showed the same sort of damage.
    What is the evidence for it being the biofuel content rather than some other factor?

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    Default Re: Fuel mix for ww2 vehicles

    We may be going over so e old ground, but just in case:

    An old thread on Ethomix - http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread...-Frost-Ethomix

    FBVHC info on fuel changes, and the additives tested and approved - http://fbhvc.co.uk/legislation-and-f...l-information/
    Lessons learned from working with military vehicles, number 10 in a series. "Never tip the strange silver thing with hoses upside down over the toolbox. It will leak gunk."

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    This is what we need to watch for in our aircraft and I suspect some specialist vehicles would suffer with this too.

    http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/schol...1-body-d4.html

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    Default Re: Fuel mix for ww2 vehicles

    The best I have found over here in the US is Stabile Marine 360. Even protects the exposed interior of the tank....


    STA-BIL 360°® Marine™








    • Helps prevent corrosion above and below the fuel line – where no other additive can!
    • Ultimate treatment and protection against Ethanol blended fuels
    • Helps clean fuel system to improve performance
    • Stabilizes fuel up to 12 months
    • Use at every fill up
    • Helps increase power and fuel efficiency
    1943 WC63...1942 M3 Autocar...1944 M3A1 Diamond T...1942 57mm Anti-Tank

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