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Hey guys, just wanted to let you know that when I was at Walmart the other day I saw that they had a sale on the magna1 semi-synthetic 2-stroke oil for $13. I thought that was a really good deal so I picked up about four gallons of it. I don't know if this is better than the regular 2-stroke supertech oil but I feel like it might be since it is semi synthetic.

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38 minutes ago, dripley said:

Super Tech is $12.50 a gallon down my way. 

 

Normally I would get the supertech 2-stroke oil but I couldn't pass up the deal for $13 on semi synthetic 2-stroke. Supertech oil was $14.44 for the longest time and just recently changed to $12.83. I wonder why they lowered the price on it.

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28 minutes ago, Southpole560 said:

I wonder why they lowered the price on it.

Barrel of oil price has been down for a long time.  The other oil products should have dropped in price too but... 

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I haven't used 2 stroke for quite some time now, seems that all stations around here are selling bio blend in 5-20% range. Only few left that still offer regular diesel. The only time I use that if I know my truck is going to sit for a while. Prices on the regular are typically higher too.

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2 hours ago, Dieselfuture said:

The only time I use that if I know my truck is going to sit for a while. Prices on the regular are typically higher too.

 

That is the sick thing... Ethanol is cheaper than straight gas. Just like Regular petroleum diesel is more than bio blend. Stupid... :(

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13 minutes ago, Royal Squire said:

In NW colorado diesel is cheaper than regular unleaded. In some places $.20 cheaper.   Anyone else seeing this?

 

Payette, Idaho the last time I got fuel down there is about 2.179 a gallon and unleaded was another 20 to 30 cents higher. Now up in New Meadows, ID its 2,799 for both diesel and gasoline. New Meadows thinks its part of McCall Idaho and charges this extreme high price. Most likely the highest price in the state. Well go to some of the back country areas and it can be closer to $4.00 a gallon for either. 

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While in Kentucky 2 weeks ago diesel was $2 and regular was $1.95. Here at home diesel is $2.29 and regular is about $2.

I have not seen any diesel cheaper than gas yet.

 

I am also seeing less and less stickers on pumps for bio diesel. Wish they to label them with less than 5%. .

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