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Old 04-21-2013, 12:49 PM
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Who sells #2 Bio in Nashville TN

Just back into Diesels and bought a 2010 6.4 with 32k miles. Need to find somewhere that doesn't sell Bio diesel in the Nashville area. Every gas station clerk I talk to has no idea what I am asking. Anybody know of anywhere?? I hear to stay away from Loves.
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Just back into Diesels and bought a 2010 6.4 with 32k miles. Need to find somewhere that doesn't sell Bio diesel in the Nashville area. Every gas station clerk I talk to has no idea what I am asking. Anybody know of anywhere?? I hear to stay away from Loves.
I have no idea what you're asking either. I would imagine most places in the Nashville area don't sell biodiesel.

What is #2 biodiesel?
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:25 PM
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#2 diesel is pure diesel it does not have any bio mix

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I know this, thanks. Your thread title says "#2 bio".
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Old 04-21-2013, 03:31 PM
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Aahhh ya I'm an idiot didn't see that till now my bad. See I need help!!
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So what IS it you're looking for? B20 (20% biodiesel)?
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I want #2 diesel in the Nashville area. No bio mix

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Just back into Diesels and bought a 2010 6.4 with 32k miles. Need to find somewhere that doesn't sell Bio diesel in the Nashville area. Every gas station clerk I talk to has no idea what I am asking. Anybody know of anywhere?? I hear to stay away from Loves.
I also have this problem on a regular basis along major interstates. Usually why I have to avoid truck stops like Loves and TA. They only have bio at B20, not #2.

On a separate note, I have filled up half a tank with B20 and had no ill effects. All stock truck, 2010. There is an exhaust odor difference however.

It sure is annoying and I've tried to find out of the 6.4 can really take more than B5 or not, despite the recommendations. I suspect it can.
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Old 04-22-2013, 01:37 AM
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If you have a smart phone, download the Gas Buddy app. It's free and shows fuel prices for almost every station in the country. It also gives you a map and phone numbers. I took a peek at Nashville and the app doesn't indicate if its bio or #2.......worst case you could call the station to find out.
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We ran 100% bio in all our inside use diesel machines when I was a mechanic at a recycling facility, and boy does that exhaust ****ing STINK. It's almost enough to make you spew.
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