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Old 09-26-2012, 02:48 PM
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Hey guys i got a quick question, can you run red diesel on the 6.4 powerstrokes?
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Yes, just don't get caught.
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okay just wondering that was all i appreciate it though
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They won't plug up the filters? I figured with all the emissions they would my dads 96 was plugging up the filters with off road diesel...


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Its the same diesel except the dye. New ag equipment have dpf's too and they run red diesel

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Yea I know that it just has a higher sulfur ppm which is better for these trucks they just dye it red for identification I would take the chance and run it if I could find it


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Im pretty sure it has the same amount of sulfur. They're both ulsd

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It has the same amount of silver it's 100% identical to diesel that isn't dyed. A lot of times they throw a dye pack in the fuel tank then put in "regular" diesel and it mixes becomes dyed. Like super duty said just don't get caught
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When did they change that it used to be 5000 ppm for of road use


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Old 09-26-2012, 05:29 PM
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I think back in October 2010 I could be wrong but it's for sure all ultra low sulfur now
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