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Old 06-11-2010, 03:02 PM
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UREA for 6.7s

My son, Christopher Eleazer, (864) 850-0184 works at Home Page | O'Reilly Auto Parts (Easley, SC) and called me this evening to say that he had ordered a couple of cases of Urea for you guys driving the 6.7s. Right now they may be the only auto parts store carrying it. Has been a "dealer only" item until now. Just thot I would throw this out there for your consideration and to let you know you had options.

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That's good news. I'm sure some compitition will keep the pricing down for us.

Do you know what size container he will be selling and does it come with the special fill nozzle to prevent tank damage and over filling like the OEM urea has?? From what I have read, the Ford product is very easy to use and it keeps you from screwing things up as well.

I think several truck stop chains are gearing up to provide urea to us as well. Other brands/models of diesel pick-up will be using this stuff soon it looks like.
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I still don't understand this whole Urea thing.
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I stopped in at my local O'Reilly store the other day & asked the guy behind the counter if they had any Diesel Exhaust Fluid he said yes they had some diesel items on that isle. I said NO Diesel Exhaust Fluid he got this dumb *** look on his face. He didn't have a clue what i was talking about. I had to explain it too him...So at my particular store its not available.
At a local Valero gas station they sell DEF in 1 gallon bottles for $3.99 but they don't have a fill spout included. Looks like an antifreeze container. The stuff is called Blue DEF
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Checked Flying J, they have Blue-Def, 2.5gal @ 11.99, spout and all.
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Old 06-12-2010, 08:21 AM
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That's good news. I'm sure some compitition will keep the pricing down for us.

Do you know what size container he will be selling and does it come with the special fill nozzle to prevent tank damage and over filling like the OEM urea has?? From what I have read, the Ford product is very easy to use and it keeps you from screwing things up as well.

I think several truck stop chains are gearing up to provide urea to us as well. Other brands/models of diesel pick-up will be using this stuff soon it looks like.
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I stopped in at my local O'Reilly store the other day & asked the guy behind the counter if they had any Diesel Exhaust Fluid he said yes they had some diesel items on that isle. I said NO Diesel Exhaust Fluid he got this dumb *** look on his face. He didn't have a clue what i was talking about. I had to explain it too him...So at my particular store its not available.
At a local Valero gas station they sell DEF in 1 gallon bottles for $3.99 but they don't have a fill spout included. Looks like an antifreeze container. The stuff is called Blue DEF

I'll check with him on container size, type and price. He is the one in their store that ordered it. Bet no one else in there knows what it is? My boy is diesel literate!

Edit: I called him. 1 gallon containers of Blue DEF no spout (he'll check on that) $4.99. He can knock the price down $0.50 each if you buy a case of 4. Not surprised to hear your story 09Stroker....my son just took the initiative and ordered it for his store.
He can get 2.5 gal., 5 gal., 55 gal. drum & 275 gal. tote. Prices to follow...........

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How often do you have to refill this stuff.
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Can't you just pee in the container on the truck. I mean isn't it the same stuff.
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That would be cool wouldnt. He guys my truck is running on pi$$
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Old 06-12-2010, 06:56 PM
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I filled mine up at around 4000 miles.. It said it was less than 1/2 full.. It took the whole 2.5 gallons.
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