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    I use it in my chainsaws, string trimmers, lawnmowers.....well everything that runs on gas. Have been using it for years. It makes everything run better.
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    I use it in all motors. Cleans them really well. You can put it in the gas tank or pull a vacuum hose and pour it in.
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    I get the spray can and take the cylinder cover off and hook up the muffs spray heavy into each cyl.turn off motor let set for awhile,then run your motor. smokes like crazy but it works
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    You have all managed to convince me to give it a try. I went to Autozone and picked up a couple of cans to put into the fuel. Thanks.

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    Mike you need to mix Marine Stabil in your fuel at the reccomended rate everytime you add fuel. I also suggest that your buy and install a water separator filter and change the spin on filter on it once a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "G" View Post
    Mike you need to mix Marine Stabil in your fuel at the reccomended rate everytime you add fuel. I also suggest that your buy and install a water separator filter and change the spin on filter on it once a year.
    ok. PM or post what a water seperator and a spin filter is because I am NOT MECHANICALLY INCLINED at all. How do you install it or should I take the boat to a marina? What is it's function? DO I mix the marine stabile as well as the Sea Foam into the fuel? I hope I am not the only one on www.crappie.com who has NO CLUE about these things. Perhaps this thread will help others as well. Thanks. Mike

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    You can use the sea foam and the marine stabil together. But I just just the marine stabil all the time and I put sea foam in in the early spring when I start useing the boat again just to clean it up good. The water separator filter catches the water that you get from ethanol gas which absorbs moisture and akso any from fuel tank sweating. The filter has a base that mounts in your rear compartment on your boat where the gas tank is. You have to cut your fuel line that runs from your tank to the motor and conect to the filter base. Filter screws onto the base. Filter kit comes without hose barb fitting so you will have to buy two fittings and clamps to conect your fuel lines to it. Filter and base assy is about 50 bucks at boat shop....pluse labor to install. I got mine at walmart for 25 bucks and installed myself. Just follow the directions that come with it.
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    Here ya go, Ship :

    http://www.boatingmag.com/maintenanc...ater-separator



    http://www.moellermarine.com/afterma.../fuel_filters/



    Best case scenario is you can mount the separator between the gas tank & bulb, and only have to cut the fuel line & attach it to the separator. Worse case scenario is you have to move things around, and/or get a longer fuel line, and "make it fit" your boat's bilge area.

    I've got one, but haven't gotten around to putting it on, yet ... as my boat presents a possible "worst case scenario".

    I have the Moeller Clear Site (#33314-10) 10micron system ... and it's much bigger, in real life, than what the pictures online would indicate. It's almost 10" tall & 5" wide. I researched & went with this one for my 90HP Merc 2strk.

    Looks like this :



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    Ok. Thanks again David and Pappy.

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    I have a inline filter in my fuel line and I do run a oz in my 6 gal tank when I put gas in it I put another oz
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