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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-13-2010, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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marvel mystery oil

Does any one use this oil. I use to use it when the season ended, I would pull the spark plug and put a little in each cylinder, but when I was reading a bottle last nite I noticed it said to use some in both your gas and your oil.
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That stuff is good for almost anything. I haven't been able to find it around here, but I wouldn't hesitate to use it in my gas at season's end.
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Best stuff ever for four stroke engines.

I find that Seafoam is better in two strokes as a fuel additive.

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Use it in your gas, oil, septic system, laundry, etc.....

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I have followed threads over the years. (maybe 10). At 1st I thought it was snake oil...
I have talked to engineers, airplane pilots, and everyone in between
Never a contrary result...NEVER !
So if the can says it can do it..I am sure it will
I have used it in every thing except my coffee

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The mystery oils is great. Had a 86 250x 4 wheeler given to me that had sat for over 5 years uncovered in the snow and ice falling off a roof. The engine was seized tight as could be and a couple drops down the cylinder and some new gas with the oil in it and some wiggling of the kick start and pow, started right up and ran like a top. Can't beat it! love the stuff. Ended up selling a year later and the guy still has the wheeler.
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That's good stuff! Had a noisy lifter sticking in our Explorer, added some to the oil, fixed in a couple minutes. I add it my oil changes almost always.
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do u guys use it every time u fill ur sled?

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I guess I havn't thought about putting it my sled yet. I use it in my cars. Maybe I'll try it in the sled too. Anyone else used it in sleds? in the oil or gas or both?
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I don't use everytime I fill the sled just after it has been sitting.
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