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Join Date: May 2008
Location: Blue Springs, MO
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thats the way mine was set up. the tanks back there are steel and will react with wvo and poly. a rubbery substance that will cause issues. its happened to mine. im moving to an in-bed L-tank. its aluminum which doesnt cause poly formation. plastic should work too.
i think bio would be fine though, but i hear that heated bio can cause poly too. i dont know that from expirience though, its just something ive heard.
you can mix D2 into wvo to thin it out in the winter, but youll still need a heated system. some people mix wvo and d2 and run it straight but no one here reccomends that. a guy on greasecar has been doing that a while and is currently having issues. we reccomend keeping the fuels seperate. generally its ok for D2 to get into wvo, but not vice versa.
i will be ditching my fuel system and doing a parallel system as soon as i can get my hands on some pumps.
Late 99 (2/99) Black F250, CC LB 4x4 Lariat 214k. All Stock for the moment...
1995 PSD, ext cab, one wheel wonder
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, 297k miles, 30k on wvo. totaled 5/8/11 RIP This truck is for sale as a parts truck (Jason is about to receive forged rods, and drop kick his PMR's)
DB high torque starter
DIY Electric fuel w/ wvo conversion
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