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Location: Papillion Nebraska
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[QUOTE=Evil Eye;504135]Since diesel doesn't really "age" the way gasoline does, actually what I would be more concerned about is the growth of "biologics" in your old fuel. If you truly wanted to use it, you could have it tested and possibly treated, but that would be overkill for just a tank of fuel.
PS. It would certainly cause you problems by clogging your fuel filters and could cause injector problems.[/QUOTE
I agree with him
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2001 F-250 Lariet
Ext. Short Bed 4x4
DP Tuner, JWVB, Cowl Induction Hood, 6637 Intake,
4'' MBRP Exhaust, WW, Dfuser Fooler, Mac Inc. HPO-X, CCV mod, no EBPV, DI up pipes, Bilstein schocks, Ranchhand Bumper