That was a question I had for a long time and never got an answer. Was it due to sleeves, long hours/thousands of miles for OTR trucks, or nature of the diesel engine? Never heard about it with gassers. So for a non-sleeved diesel vs a non-sleeved gasser, how does the cooling system know what kind of fuel is used?
Answer: I think someone said something about it being compression related. Well with no back up to the blerb from that respondent, just mind telling me how the cooling system knows that the compression is 16:1 rather than 7:1? Sounds like some more old wives tales or coffee shop BS from the local know it all self appointed point of information. If you disagree that he knows it all, just ask him. Have one of them next door.