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Anybody know of a high quality brand of anti gel that comes in "single serving" bottles? In other words a single tank quantity that has a neck that fits the fuel tank opening. I've always thought Power Service was the most widely respected anti gel but their smallest quantity bottle is for 50 gallons and the bottle opening is larger and not very functional. I'm tired of spilling it on me and side of my Jeep GC. Thoughts?
 

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Anybody know of a high quality brand of anti gel that comes in "single serving" bottles? In other words a single tank quantity that has a neck that fits the fuel tank opening. I've always thought Power Service was the most widely respected anti gel but their smallest quantity bottle is for 50 gallons and the bottle opening is larger and not very functional. I'm tired of spilling it on me and side of my Jeep GC. Thoughts?
I use this product year round without any issues. Last winter with the single digits we had , the jeep sat for two weeks while I was out of town and still wasn't ever a problem. It has a pre-measured compartment for dispensing with graduations marked. I use the funnel that comes with the jeep and it's mounted by the spare tire. Fits the filler neck very well.
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Anybody know of a high quality brand of anti gel that comes in "single serving" bottles? In other words a single tank quantity that has a neck that fits the fuel tank opening. I've always thought Power Service was the most widely respected anti gel but their smallest quantity bottle is for 50 gallons and the bottle opening is larger and not very functional. I'm tired of spilling it on me and side of my Jeep GC. Thoughts?
Why not use the funnel included with the Jeep and pour in the 8 ounces per tank that the Power Service bottle recommends? That's what I do and have never spilled it on myself or my Jeep. I just keep the bottle by the spare tire, where the funnel is anyway. For the record, I've used this product with my VW diesels of the past and never had a problem with spilling it. It's an excellent product.
 
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