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Uncle Ron

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What a Hoot!

Sence the Ethonal Mandat have you seen the prices of Corn Products?

I could buy 5 ears for less then a dollar.

Now lucky to find two worm ridden ears for the same.

Ethanol lays waste to most synthetic rubbers used in car and trucks.

Crazy Chit here.

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Yeah Don yw, and I like the chart page too. http://pure-gas.org/chart It seems to be up to date. But I wonder why a lot of big cities not mentioned in the state listings. I see a lot of Conoco in Texas so I wonder if that means all Conoco's sell straight gasoline. If you search you might find one for South America.


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Yeah, I didn't find that out until I clicked on the "detail" link for each station, the detail section will give you updates on each location which are posted by the general public.

So there maybe some of the stations where it isn't marked up as much if you not in an area like mine that has a lot of boats.

I also found that some of the "untainted" fuel is the "Plus" gas and not regular grade

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Pretty sad how the government has to meddle in big business... in this case the oil industry. They are too busy taking profits to see how it affects all of us on a daily basis. They have expense accounts that pay for fuel or this crap would end... But to be honest i complain at every fill up but it never stopped me from my 300 mile prospecting trips every weekend... The first step in correction of this problem is possible on election day....

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I buy 65 gallons evry payday, I fill my truck, and 5 five gallon cans, I get my gas in Merced, I can't aford they price they charge up here in Mariposa. They are always atleast .50 cent a gallon higher here. Why? because they can! Grubstake

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I was going to say, this has been going on with Propane for as long as I can remember, You take a 5 gallon propane tank in, If you only need 3 gallons to top it off, your going to pay for a min. of 5 gallons. its like that here in Mariposa, Monterey, or other towns in the screwed up state of Calif. Grubstake

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Seems like the smaller the town the higher the prices. When i go to our claims i always stop in Cordes Junction...but only for snacks not gas as it averages 30 cents higher than i pay here in phoenix...

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What I find amazing is the price of diesel fuel for my truck!

Diesel used to be just be a byproduct of refining. Now that they have to get all the sulfur (and, as a result, the lubricity) out, then put additives in at the distribution center (because Jet A and Diesel go down the same pipes from refineries to distro and additives would screw up Jet A)... the damned cost is through the roof!

What a load of malarkey! That one price has done so much to detriment the economy because everything you bought in your house, and the house you're likely in, was delivered by a truck using diesel.

The price of diesel has gone up as much as $4 in the last 5 years. It has been holding relatively steady at +$3.25 over what it was, and should be, thanks to not only the economy (vicious circle), but also largely because of the EPA mandate to Ultra Low Sulfur (ULSD, 5ppm). Never mind the havoc it has played in the fuel systems of trucks built to run LSD 500ppm fuel. I've had to get new injectors because of lubrication issues.

I now spend an extra few cents per gallon to add in additives to ensure proper lube.

I went BioDiesel for a while and loved it for both the fuel and $1.23/ gal. But I dang near had a Federal case against me for not paying $0.18 / gallon tax. And AZ BioDiesel is always out when I need fuel.

This subject always gets me pissed off

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  • 3 weeks later...

:2mo5pow: GAs is over $4.60/gallon , now, in this state of "boutique" gasolines. Average of $0.30 jump in prices overnight. THe number of people hypermiling on SAn DIego fwy's is going up fast!

REfinery problems and maintenance to get ready for the switch to cool season gas has led to shortages here in Cali. EPA is a boondoggle with their ethanol gas- driving up fuel costs, decreasing mpg, increasing fuel costs, increasing maintenance costs, and now they want to go to 15% ethanol :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: :2mo5pow: .

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