Posted by Scott.id on December 09, 2012 at 23:26:15 from (126.96.36.199):
I had my fuel company drop off 200 gallons in my tank, but the new driver brought summer blend instead of winterized.I filled the Skidsteer tank 2 weeks ago in preparation for our first good snow, went up today to plow and she won't start.
I called the owner of the fuel depot and he's going to pump out the summer diesel and replace it plus give me an additional 50 gallons, but what problems am I going to run into on my skidsteer? It was 22 degrees today and she'll only cough. Fuel filter only has about 15 hours, cost 65 bucks, and I'd rather not try to replace it where the loader is. It's going to be up in the mid 30's later this week.....
Any ideas? No power anywhere close, and I don't have a salamander heater any more.
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