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  1. Flying home to Cali from Nebraska. Dropped my daughter off at college. Three day drive and a flight home.
  2. The 87-91 is not a debate. The more alkylate in the fuel means more octane. The more more compression the higher the octane needed. Engines require just enough octane to prevent detonation. In other words, no need to spend extra money unless required. Higher octane fuels help with heat as well which goes up with compression. That said, most of the refineries in the basin are Co-Oped, meaning they all pump to shared tanks via companies like Kinder Morgan. As HotBoat said different additives are the only real difference, and it’s detergent. Commifornia has the strictest standards in the country. The fuel is all the same from all the refineries, or has to meet the same specs. Not to mention they sell blend stocks between each other. The Arco/BP/Tesoro-Andeavor/Marathon (haha) Carson refinery by itself was 25% of the western market and is now 33+% with the Tesoro Wilmington connection. It’s a shell game. Plus, I know its Arizona but next time you’re in Parker or the like, pay attention to the fuel delivery truck and watch it deliver to the Herbst Chevron, and then the non branded station up the road.
  3. 2005 Honda CRF450R Supermoto. 2 hours on Steve. Biganski rebuild w/new crank and CP piston. Full floater Brembo disk; slipper clutch. Xtra parts including gearing. $6000 obo. Cash Only. Call Troy (310) four three three 2498.
  4. 1984 Eliminator Monaco open bow 21 foot. 454 Chevrolet, MSD ready to run electronic ignition, wet through transom exhaust, high torque mini starter, dual batteries with Perko switch. Berkley 12jc pump with rudder. Power engine hatch, hydraulic place diverter. Stereo with amps. Engine needs crank bearings. $6,000 obo
  5. 20’ dual axle trailer w/tire rack, ramps, storage box, in-deck storage, side rails, diamond plate fender wells. Built-in E-Track tie-down rails. Torsion axles. Electric brakes. New tires. Deck is 20' long x 8' wide. 6’7” between the fender wells. GVWR 7000 lbs, GAWR 3500 lbs, Max load 5000 lbs. 310-433-2498

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