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sold! Cans of old Coleman Fuel

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I have two one-gallon cans of Coleman fuel that I don't need anymore (fireballs anyone?).

I don't want to simply dump them.  If anyone can use them for mountaineering fuel, let me know.  NE Portland, Oregon.



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You can blend it off in your car's gasoline tank. Just pour in a pint or so then fill with gasoline as usual. It won't hurt anything (Source - I was Texaco's Mgr of Fuel Tech Support). In the winter you can up that to a quart per tankful. If you'd rather use it in something like a lawn mover, you can go as high as 1:4 Coleman:gasoline.

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We once dumped 3/4 of a gallon into a rental car after a climbing trip. Another time we dumped about a 1/2 gallon into a friends old van when it ran out of gas. Burns hot.

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