Prepped my Fastrak Honda 20/52 for the winter and found it took quite a while to drain the fuel tank(s), then following Honda's procedure to run the engine until it stops. Then, Honda also recommends to open the carb drain screw to drain anything remaining in the carb. However, to reach the carb drain screw on the Honda 20 you have to remove the air filter housing, then another air intake housing, slide the carb outward, then finally you can find the drain screw. I followed this procedure, but have seen a post here that suggests that this procedure may be more harmful because of all of the air in the tank and lines may create h20 condensation. I've always resisted the extra cost of Stabil but I may now see the light! Would it be a good plan to fill the tank near the end of the season with a stabil treated gas, mulch my leaves, then top the tank off with more Stabil treated gas to avoid any opportunity for condensation? I'd love to hear as many opinions on this subject as possible!