They are correct, summer fuel isn't the problem. If you knew BEFORE you called and complained you are the !@#$. Why wouldn't you just dump a bottle of grey Powerserve in the tank if it made you nervous? That would have winterized your fuel right in the fuel barrel.
Ok, I'm back from Google. It looks like summer blend diesel will gel at 7 degrees Farenheit. I will go look for B3 or B20.
This post was edited by sflem849 at 09:38:28 12/11/12 2 times.
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