A couple of years ago I read a tip on the web and I'm curious what people here think. It was suggested to add 1-1 1/2 ounces of 2 cycle oil to a full tank of gas when you know that the bike will sit for a couple weeks or more. This isn't suggested as a fuel stabilizer. The theory is that when the bike sits long enough for fuel to evaporate or when draining carbs for long term storage, this tiny bit of oil will remain behind to keep the tip of your float needle from drying out, cracking or sticking. Also any o-rings and rubber bits that may be inside different carburetors. There is currently a thread where the poor guy seems to have had his float stick, possibly causing his motor to fill with fuel. I wonder if this tip may help protect us from having this happen. All thoughts appreciated, even if this turns out to be the dumbest suggestion ever, I just need to know.