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4 fl. oz. Briggs & Stratton® Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer (100117WEB)

Fuel Stabilizer 4 oz.

Part Number: 100117WEB

Briggs & Stratton’s NEW 5-in-1 Advanced Formula Fuel Treatment & Stabilizer safeguards engines against common ethanol problems. Our formula protects your engine against the corrosive effects of ethanol and maintains fuel stability for up to 3 years.

  • 4 fl. oz. Treats 20 gallons of gasoline
  • Triple antioxidant protection
  • Dual corrosion inhibitors guard metal engine parts against corrosion
  • Metal de-activator stops chemical reactions caused by dissolved metals in fuel
  • Detergent ingredients prevent gum and varnish build-up on engine parts
  • Water protection inhibitors protect against the harmful effects of water in fuel due to ethanol
  • Protects both 2- and 4-cycle gasoline engines
Price
$6.55
Quantity
Assembled Weight .270
Engine Brand Briggs & Stratton

In the overview I read,  "4 oz. treats 20 gallons of gas."  is this a type o?

Asked by: Gwin
No, that is not a typo. Depending on how you use the stabilizer you can treat the fuel for 2 or 3 years. When treating for 2 years you use .5 ounces for every 2.5 gallons of fuel.
Answered by: Nicole_BriggsStratton
Date published: 2014-05-16

Does this help stop ethanol problems?

Asked by: TrimmerTom
The Briggs & Stratton fuel stabilizers will prevent the fuel with 10% ethanol or less from breaking down and clogging the carburetor.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-04-16

WHY DOES 4 OZ TREAT UP TO 10 GALLONS. AND 10 OZ TREATS 40 GALLONS. WHICH IS CORRECT??

correct info
Asked by: mech
We do not have a 10 oz bottle, I believe you may be referring to the 16 oz bottle. Each oz of fuel treatments, treats 2 1/2 gallons of fuel.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2014-04-16

Shall I add fuel stabilizer within 2 weeks after fueling the first time (new one) or do I have to drain the gas before adding the fuel stabilizer ?

We bought a new generator (storm responder 5500 ) in July 2012. We didn't add the fuel stabilizer the first time we fueled the generator set. We plan to store it till the next power outage.
Asked by: yamuna
Fuel stabilizer should be added to fresh fuel. If the fuel has started to break down already the stabilizer will not reverse the effects of the ethanol. I would recommend that you will want to drain the gas than add fresh treated gas to the generator.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-12-11

Can I add Treatment into gas in the machine?

Before I drain the gas from the tank, can I add treatment to the tank. My machine is brand new and I haused it once.
Asked by: jake1944
Fuel stabilizer should be added to fresh gas from the gas station. If the gas has been sitting in the tank already for a time longer than 2 weeks the fuel stabilizer will not reverse the effects of the fuel that has broken down and gummed up the carburetor.
Answered by: Nicole
Date published: 2013-12-11

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