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  1. Normzilla

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    Hey band. I have been running non ethanol for quite a few years now. Statees in Sunoco, then Tesoro now Renegade 93. My local supplier has Tesoro at the pump, and Renegade in the cans, so you pay the can cost. The Tesoro is 92. I'm wondering your feedback on both and wondering opinions on cost and quality of both. The Tesoro is 570 a gallon at pump. The Renegade for five gallons is around 12 dollars more paying for the metal can. Renegade sure smells different in a good way, saw and while burning. Thanks Amigos. Norm....
     
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    Dub11 Some body poisoned the watering hole!

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    A station close to me sells the Renegade 102 for 7.80 ish a gallon. I'm not sure what brand their 91 efree is. I usually the 102 for storage purposes.
     
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    It stores better?
     
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    It's the only pump gas that I know for sure is efree. So if I pull out a saw and know that its going to be put back on the shelf for an extended period of time I'll use some of the 102 before I drain it and run it dry.
     
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