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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Full-Time Camper in Ca.
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I am getting ready to head up to the oil fields in North Dakota. The projected high is going to be -13 degrees and a low of -24 degrees. I am concerned about having problems with my diesel fuel system gelling or freezing. I use the recommended fuel winter treatment now in Iowa and plug my block heater in at night and haven't had a problem. The weather I'm heading to is much colder. Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.
Just keep doing what your already doing and maybe switch oil weight, I think you will be fine. These 6.7's have a good rep. for cold weather starting. One other thing you might want to do is add silicone to your door strips/moldings to avoid pulling them off when opening your doors.
2015 F-350 CCLB DRW, Lariat Ultimate,
2nd Gen. 6.7L "Scorpion" Turbo Diesel,
440HP/860TQ, Torque Shift 6-speed,
Tuxedo Black W/Charcoal Black Int.,
14,000 LB GVWR,
3:73 Gears W/Limited Slip,
17" Polished Forge Alum. Wheels,
BFG All-Terrain Tires,
Factory 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Prep Pkg.,
Spray In Bed-Liner,
Supplemental Cab Heater,
FX4-Off Road Pkg.,
Engine Block Heater,
9025 Lbs. on the CAT Scales.
"Mack Daddy Scorpion!"