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post #1 of 4 Old 11-29-2007, 05:43 AM Thread Starter
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Cold weather powerstrokers.

I am just curious what everyone that runs their 7.3s in cold weather is running for anti-gel. I'm going to be doing a fuel bowl delete and am lookin for the best of the best. I am currently running power service, just want to see what oppinions are. Is there anything better out there?

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I use Diesel Service 911, I use Lucas fuel additive which I am liking more then the Diesel Service. But if you want something you can find anywhere that is a good product use the diesel service. You can get it dang near anywhere. It costs around 15 bucks for a big bottle. One big bottle is suppose to treat 300 gallons or 10 full tanks of fuel.


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I use power service also. But even when i haven't used anything in the past over the last 13 years i have never had a gelling problem. Even in 0-20 degree temps.

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I use staydine and have NEVER had troubles wen in the chicago area.... BILL

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