[ Post a Response | BAEN Chat Board ]
Yes it does
Posted by Tracy Jan on 5/5/2017, 4:43 pm, in reply to "does gasoline go bad?"
The main reason for NOT storing gasoline in mowers and tractors over the winter is the damage the gasoline can cause to the engine when trying to start up the engine first thing in the spring. Gasoline separates and if there is any moisture in the air where the mower is stored the liquid will pull in water. It is the water that will try and go into the engine at that first start up.
Living in wet and green Oregon
Blogs I write for