Outdoor power equipment makers vary on fuel storage tips for winter

11/3/2013 | PopularMechanics.com

Outdoor power equipment makers vary in their instructions on whether to leave or drain fuel in equipment before storing it for winter, according to this article. Briggs & Stratton advises its customers to mix stabilizer with the fuel and leave it inside the tank, while others give different instructions depending on how long a machine is to be stored. This article provides four tips for keeping small engines in good condition during winter, including cleaning the equipment of debris and avoiding fuel with 15% ethanol.

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