I wouldn't add any of the mentioned crap in my 7.3, while it may run with that chit in the fuel it's not a good idea. A good quality diesel fuel and a demulsifier type additive to help separate the water is all that ever goes in my tank. A pre-powerstroke IDI will digest anything with it's mechanical injectors, HEUI injectors cost more and they're harder to change. 76 will be fine, most important thing is a station that turns over enough fuel to keep it fresh and clean.
That's the thing, most guys don't have a way to filter it that fine. I used to run red farm fuel all the time in an old 6.9 IDI when it was still high sulfur and pump fuel was ulsd, night and day! Even the 7.3 psd would rather have high sulfur since that's what it was made to run onIt’s all in how you filter it. My dad runs waste oil on his e350 and has been off and on for the past 120k miles. He filters it all down to 1 micron. He’s still on original injectors at 290,000 miles, it started right up at 0 F this past winter, they’re still very healthy
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Actually all diesel fuel grows algae just drop your tank and have a look that's why you do hutch mod to get rid of those stupid screens that plug up with algaeI go back and forth across the country. I have probably run every brand of fuel. some of has been bio because thats all that was available. Never noticed any difference. However do not use bio diesel if your truck will be sitting for months. I have been told by a few truck owners it grows algae
yeah but bio fuel is more prone to grow it. And I dont buy from places that I never see diesel trucks at.Actually all diesel fuel grows algae just drop your tank and have a look that's why you do hutch mod to get rid of those stupid screens that plug up with algae