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Here in the North is getting close to time to put the "R" away for the long winter. In past years I have always added a bottle of Lucas cleaner/preservative to the gas tank for protection until Spring. Recently a friend recommended that I switch to Sea Foam for protection. I've not had any trouble with Lucas but I'm always looking for the best products for the "baby." Does anyone have any experience or recommendations regarding Sea Foam?
 

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we have used sea foam in our boats in the past, they seamed to be good for the carb passageways. have always used Stabil in our cars and mowers. Both work about the same.
 

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Thanks for your reply. I think I'll stay with what has worked before.
 

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ahh, the chicken or the egg. Which did come first?
 

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The whole 3 years I lived in Juneau Alaska I used SeaFoam in all my vehicles including the SSR and even the lawn mower. I have only used it once now that I am in nice dry Arizona, but that was because I got a bad tank of fuel.
 

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I'm old school and only use a fuel stabilizer called "STA-BIL" when I put the R up for the winter here in Michigan.

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