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Which do you think is better ?

Which do you think is better for mpg`s & injector lubrication
Diesel Kleen or Lucas fuel treatment ?
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I have been running power service diesel kleen in my truck and I gotta say it has worked pretty well. Also it dosent hurt that you can find it just about everywhere. Right now i am trying a bottle of howes to see how that works.

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Kleen for me, ran it in my cummins and in this 6.0

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Read a post about lucas products no way not on my dime. Powerservice is cheap and avalible

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I usally get over 1 mpg better with power service diesel kleen.
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howels all year long never anything else in any of my diesels look at the bottle of power service the main thing in its is kerosen
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howels all year long never anything else in any of my diesels look at the bottle of power service the main thing in its is kerosen
where can i get howels at?
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I run DK here and there... No big difference but I know it keeps the injectors clean and all...
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I run 2-stroke TC-W3 oil at a 1oz per gallon ratio. Helped my motor out a ton in noise and running smoothness.


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