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Blender pump corrections in Iowa

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Kum & Go, 5830 SE 14th St. Des Moines - doesn't have E15.  Only ethanol blends are E10/87 and E85 (they do have blender pumps - but they are now configured to blend clear/pure gasoline at 87, 89 and 91 octane - separate hoses: 1) E85, 2) E10/87, 3) blender for clear/pure gasoline).  I posted an pic over at my "buddy" website (linking feature isn't working here in IE11 - locked up my form).

 

East Central Iowa Coop (has Cenex branding) 1444 Highway 63 North in Hudson, IA now has four blender pumps: E10, E15, E30, E50, E85 (3.499, 3.429, 3.379, 3.329, 2.809 today)

 

Kwik Star, 7500 Nordic Dr, Cedar Falls, IA has a blender pump icon on e85prices, but no percentages listed.  This station only sells E10/87, E10/92 octane and E85 blends - but no blender pumps - there is a single E85 pump (2 hoses) and 8 other unleaded pumps that have separate tanks (e10/87 "Unleaded with Ethanol", clear 87 "Unleaded" and e10/92 "Premium Unleaded")

 

Thanks!

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Thanks n0CF..I'll get them fixed today 

 

 

Very happy to hear about the Blender pumps Near Hudson....that Coop has offered E85 for a long time East Central Iowa Coop (has Cenex branding) 1444 Highway 63 North in Hudson, IA now has four blender pumps: E10, E15, E30, E50, E85 (3.499, 3.429, 3.379, 3.329, 2.809 today)

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Also that Photo of the blender is a perfect example of Price Spread between E85 and REAL Unleaded..    For those that don't know the 87 Octane "Super Unleaded " is E10 ..the Other 87 Octane is basic Unleaded without Ethanol and that is really the price we should be using when comparing E85 to Unleaded..

 

N0CF ..I see you used E10 instead of E0 ..which is fine ..what ever everyone is personally comfortable using..But again the reality is the REASON they have 2 87 Octanes is because some people despise ethanol so much they don't even want to use E10 ..and we should be comparing E85 to E0 whenever possible (when faced with a situation where basic unleaded comes with and without ethanol)

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