This thread came to thought with the "bad gas" thread posted by Manbearpig. But I didn't want to jack his thread so here ya go.
There is a new Ethanol gas station opening up near my work and some with the newer cars are very excited. They say that it is much cheaper than gasoline and that we could get more miles to the gallon. They were talking about some sort of converter for the older cars but said that my truck should be able to take it no problem.
I asked a couple of mechanics - one said he was not sure if Shorty would do well on it, because it is new in our area for passenger trucks/cars. Another said that he is not knowing if it would be good. Another said to call the dealer. When I called the dealer, they said to call the customer service people, which consists of a bunch of office people who said to call the dealership.
Does anybody here know? I'm just kind of curious, but it's not like I'm gonna go run out and fill him up with this stuff in a jiffy. I'm kinda skeptical on something "new" like this.