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    Quote Originally Posted by BMARC153920 View Post
    You'll be fine finding mid grade along that entire route and finding gas will not be an issue what so ever even riding full to low fuel light.

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    Cool! In prior years I had experienced premium gas being spotty int he mid-west. Now if you can keep the wind down and temps cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsinnc View Post
    Cool! In prior years I had experienced premium gas being spotty int he mid-west. Now if you can keep the wind down and temps cool!
    Further past slc and up in Western Nebraska and Wyoming you'll find 85 and 90 octane only but slc and east no issue.

    You're on your own in the blast furnace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMARC153920 View Post
    Further past slc and up in Western Nebraska and Wyoming you'll find 85 and 90 octane only but slc and east no issue.

    You're on your own in the blast furnace.

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    Thanks again .... I have already been checking weather sites to see what time sunrise is and hope to be rolling at sun up and get most of my daily miles in before noon. Planning about 300 mile days should be OK and I will top off gas whenever I stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTRider View Post
    Unless you are carrying aux fuel, it's always a good idea when traveling in the west to work in the top half of your tank.
    This ^, types the man who filled up his GSA in Cedar City, UT, one cold September morn and was so overjoyed to finally be out of snow in rain, he forgot to top off in Panaca, NV. It's 288 miles between Cedar City and Tonopah, NV, the next gas. You'd be amazed how much you can stretch a GSA's range by riding 55 mph in a full tuck, ahem.

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