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View Poll Results: seafoam in 7.3 - use it or not?
yes 69 71.88%
no 14 14.58%
use a different brand 6 6.25%
it's all BS 7 7.29%
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Old 09-29-2009, 06:25 PM
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Seafoam in a 7.3?

motor treatment, use it or not? - or something else?

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Old 09-29-2009, 06:26 PM
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Use it. I am a 100% believer in it. It works when no other treatments will work. I use it in everything from my truck, sleds, wheeler, and boat.
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do you just put in in the fuel tank or can u pour it into the engine like a gas engine?
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i'd assume just add to tank but, i guess you could put some in the fuel bowl... but, i'm sure someone will advise
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Old 09-29-2009, 06:38 PM
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I just add it to the tank. I don't know what bockhold is talking about. We have over 6 ford powerstrokes in my family currently and we use seafoam in all of them periodically with NO problems. In fact i tried running the 2 stroke oil last year and it plugged up one of my injectors and on the next tank i ran seafoam and it cleaned it right up.
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Bockhold is wrong. Sea foam is fine in a PSD. He is thinking of the Lucas stuff

The best way to use sea foam is when you change your fuel filters. drain your fuel bowl and fill it with sea foam. Start the truck. It cleans everything out quite nicely
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Old 09-29-2009, 06:43 PM
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I gotta try that next time Dave.
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snake oil its a waste of money imo it didnt do anything at all
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