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Re: Diesel Fuel Question

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12-12-2013 17:39:10

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ditto that...

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Ed Douglas

12-12-2013 17:46:23

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 Re: Diesel Fuel Question in reply to soundguy, 12-12-2013 17:39:10  
Where do you get it SG.......It is a brand?.......Can I get it in NY State??

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12-12-2013 18:06:33

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 Re: Diesel Fuel Question in reply to Ed Douglas, 12-12-2013 17:46:23  
i usually use power service.. though in a pinch have used stp, carquest or napa store brand. howes brand or stanadyne too.. if I can find them.

power service is sold at walmart.. tsc, car quest, napa, orilies, autozone, advance auto.. etc...

there is white, silver and red bottle, plus white bottle biocide.

buy the type to fit your needs... etc.

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Ed Douglas

12-12-2013 18:20:43

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 Re: Diesel Fuel Question in reply to soundguy, 12-12-2013 18:06:33  
You guys are the best....taking care of the simple minded...... the question becomes????

"to Power Service...or to mix with kerosene"....that is the is about 50/50 right now......does not diesel fuel have lubricants in it? we do ourselves any dirt by dilution?

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12-13-2013 07:52:48

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 Re: Diesel Fuel Question in reply to Ed Douglas, 12-12-2013 18:20:43  
kerosene will not have the lubricity of good diesel. diesel today, IMHO.. does not have the lubricity it used to after the refining process to go to ULSD.

suposedly the makers treat for winter and lubricity... but never hurts to dose with some power service.

if you have already mixed kero and diesel 1 to 1, then you should be covered for most cold weather unless a white out snow in hits. will it hurt to add power service? no. might get you some cetane , and will add some lubricity..

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Ed Douglas

12-14-2013 08:11:31

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 Re: Diesel Fuel Question in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2013 07:52:48  
Thanks excellent Primer!! I learned a few things

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