Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: The wilds of North Idaho
Well, I wouldn't dump the whole can in, but you can use up to 2 ounces per gallon of fuel, or half a pint. Any more than that would be a waste. But according to their website, there are no harmful components in it to rubber.
"For more than 65 years, Sea Foam has been proven to be safe for use in all engines, both diesel and gasoline, and won’t harm gaskets, seals or other internal components of the engine, fuel system or oil system. Sea Foam is a pure petroleum blend with no chemical additives. Sea Foam has been endorsed by numerous engine manufacturers, and is recommended by thousands of professional mechanics and service technicians throughout the U.S. and Canada."
Still, you rarely can go wrong following directions.
04 1500 Classic
Sissy bar, luggage rack,
light bar, 2" risers,
Isogrips, Fatbar crashbars,
offset hiway pegs, tank bib,
new brake pedal, throttle lock,
Cobra Lowboy Shotgun pipes,
Baron's Big Air relocated right side,
tombstone tail light,forkbag,
detachable hard leather bags,
alarm, power port, clock,
and a cool cupholder