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Crc Marine Fuel Stabilizer - Gas 8 Fl. Oz Treats 40 Gal. 06161 Boat Md on

US $15.99

Rantoul, Kansas, United States

Rantoul, Kansas, United States
Condition:New UPC:078254061610 Manufacturer Part Number:06161 Brand:CRC Industries Country/Region of Manufacture:United States


•  Fuel Stabilizer - Gas 8 fl. oz. Treats 40 Gal.

• A concentrated, high-potency

formula that keeps

stored gas fresh for easy startup

next season and optimum

performance year round.

• Formulated to reduce the

harmful impact of Ethanolblended


• Protects against gum and resin build-up.

• 1 oz. treats 5 gallons.

Manufacturer PN: 06161


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