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Duarte, CA: In 2010 the EPA allowed gasoline manufacturers to blend 15% Ethanol (E15) into gas to be used by late model cars. Ethanol is basically a mixture of Ethyl and Alcohol. The main problem with this type of blended gasoline is that the Ethanol mixture will separate from the gasoline over time, causing a moisture buildup (water) in the fuel tank. The presence of water can result in corrosion, resin/gum buildup, hard starting, reduced performance and possibly internal engine damage.
Tired of inconvenient places to put accessory switches in Jeep Wranglers? Worried about trying to find power for accessories such as off-road lights, air compressors, CB, fog lights, electric radiator fans, dual battery controls, electric windows, air horns, electric door locks, interior lighting, and work lights just to name a few? Don’t want to drill or cut holes in your JK's dash to install the switches that came with their accessories?
sPOD is one of the cleanest & safest ways to wire up all of your accessories without damaging the OEM electrics.
FUEL-TOOL, LLC INTRODUCES: FUEL-TOOL – MC100 THE WORLD’S FIRST GENUINE BIKE TO BIKE FUEL SHARING TOOL!
For Immediate Release – “SIPHONING SUCKS”
FUEL-TOOL, LLC INTRODUCES: FUEL-TOOL – MC100
THE WORLD’S FIRST GENUINE BIKE TO BIKE FUEL SHARING TOOL!
Ever run out of gas on a motorcycle ride? You know the routine – siphoning, swallowing,
spilling, pushing, gas on your hands and clothes. It’s an embarrassing predicament for sure – it
inconveniences others on the ride, often requires knocking on doors, looking for a gas can and
gas, and it’s a huge time loss. Then there is the worry of leaving your bike in an unsecure area
Press Release: Hardstreet Slimbags with Alloy Tech Brackets