Thread: Best fuel?
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Old 07-23-2010, 12:32 PM   #9
Patrick Olsen
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Originally Posted by LetItSnow View Post
There is so much stupid in this quote that I refuse to believe that this guy is serious, let alone clean of hallucinogens, ever again.
Can you be more specific? While I agree that his time metrics probably don't mean much, there is definitely something to be said for not buying old, stagnant gas. A small, independent station that doesn't see a lot of business is much more likely to have bad gas than a name brand station that is being regularly topped off with fresh fuel.

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Originally Posted by cbxp View Post
other people tell me that its stupid but its only a bit more and it can't actually hurt the car.
It also isn't doing anything to help the car. But it's only money, right?

With that said, how many of us change our oil way more frequently than we need to and/or use synthetic oil when we really don't need to? Many of us (myself included) spend money that we don't really need to spend because we think it's "better" for the car.
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