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No modifications, dump it in the tank in any proportion with petrodiesel. Main concern is cold weather gelling depending on the feedstock the fuel was made from it can start to cause problems anywhere from 30-50F using it unblended.
I typically run B50-B75 in the winter depending on the temps here (southeast PA) and B100 as soon as it stays above 45F. We had our fuel tested and it will start to clog a filter at 28F, however there is a cumulative effect at 32F meaning if it stays cold for a period than it will clog a filter at higher temps.
depending on how dirty your tank is you may have to change your filter quicker than normal if you start using a high blend because biodiesel will act as a solvent and clean out your tank and lines.
Lower emissions, better for your engine, made from a local sustainable source- whats not to love?