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Torco 110 or Cam 2 fuel

I have been summonsed to a winter run and living in northern Michigan that presents a problem buying fuel. I have two choices, Torco 110 or Cam 2. Both have been sitting in the tank since late september. Would one be better than the other or am I stuck using stale fuel?

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We have companies around here that sell fuels such as Turbo Blue in 5-55 gallon drums. I would call around to the companies that sell fuel oil for heating, alot of the places that sell that also sell the specialty fuels as well.

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Thanks guys! Our local fuel supplier refuses to even see if he can get it. I bought the Torco from the pump @ $6.07 per.
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Thanks guys! Our local fuel supplier refuses to even see if he can get it. I bought the Torco from the pump @ $6.07 per.
Pump Torco!?

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