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There are some big name brands that are affordable, wont harm dpf systems and readily available. Seemingly the two most popular are Diesel Kleen/Powerservice and Opti-lube both make summer and winter blends. I currently run an older generation 7.3l that albeit benefits from the lubrication I can use others that unless you are deleted 6.7ls can't run.
Your going to be fine.
Drain the water separator monthly, change the fuel filters, get the disaster prevention kit, and run a fuel treatment. I have primarily used Diesel Kleen im not 100% if its cheaper than opi-lube but for my region its way more available etc. We use it in the fleet of 6.7l Cummins and Powerstrokes too. I can't garuntee its used every tank but we harp on drivers that they should not be going months with the same bottle of un-opend diesel kleen lol.
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