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Old 12-10-2009, 07:34 AM
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diesle kleen + tcw3 oil

what do yall think about useing dielse kleen to keep the injectors clean and using the 2 stroke oil to keep everything lubed up properlly. or is it better to just use one or the other. just wondering. thanks.
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:38 AM
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Gray bottle in the in the summer and white in the winter every tank.
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Old 12-10-2009, 07:41 AM
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Yes on the DK and no on the 2 stroke!!! The 2 stroke, ATF etc...was good with the older injectors on the OBS trucks but the sticks on the SD's are a totally different animal and I don't recommend anything be used in fuel except for products designed for this purpose.
Now for everyone to say" I use 2 stroke with no problems"
Yet!!!

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Old 12-10-2009, 07:42 AM
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Diesel kleen contains addatives to maintain the lubricity of the fuel......
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ok i just read the study on here that showed the 2-stroke oil to rate at number 7, and the diesle kleen was number 10. both are easy to get and it was saying not to use it in 2007 model and up. i was just wondering. i have a 2002 by the way,

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i use 2 stroke with no problems
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i use 2 stroke with no problems
I use 2 stroke with no problems

Seriously either is fine all alone, there is no need to use both. I find the 2 stroke oil to be cheaper, not as stinky, and it rates better in that study. Many many people use 2 stroke oil in all the diesel engines. Just don't use it in a DPF truck.
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I've used two stroke oil for two years now with no problems.
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how much 2 stroke do you add per tank?
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Old 12-10-2009, 12:55 PM
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how much 2 stroke do you add per tank?
1 oz per gallon of fuel, which gives you a 1:128 ratio. It quieted down my injectors a ton, and my mileage went up.
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