The pump says "recommended for use in ALL diesels", but that it's a requirement for 2007+. Is this good diesel to use? I've heard it causes bad mileage
I dont remember where I heard that, probably cruising the internet or something. But whats the diesel w/ yellow pump? The new new stuff? I'm about to get out of this area though and move back home, sweet home..ULSD is the ONLY diesel yer gonna find for "Highway use", As mandated by our lovely government. Where did you hear that it causes bad mileage for later models such as yours? What other type of diesel would you have access to?:dunno:
Spent three of the five years I lived in NC stationed at Ft. Bragg (21st MP Co, Abn.) The other two I lived in Fayetteville.
Where can I find the low sulfur diesel at? I get fuel from the gas station across from spring lake wal martThere are still a few places that you can find LOW sulfur diesel for highway use. It is legal for use as long as the vehicle is not 2007 or newer. Anything before that it is legal. Your older truck will run better with low sulfur as the higher sulfur content lubricates the top end a LOT better.
I am a retard, I called up O'Reilly and they sell 8oz bottles for 6.99, I'm going to grab some and give it a shot.Where do you find your Fuel Power?
I can't find LSD only ULSD, there is Red Dyed which doesn't appear to have any sitckers and is about .60/cheaper a gallon. BUT....the fine is too high if you get caught to justify even trying. So I don't care to find out. The only time I have bought red dyed was to burn in my outdoor heater.
Actually 2 stroke does help. Look up the thread called "TANKS library" There is a break down of all the top fuel treatments against ULSD. I've never even heard of FPPF.
http://www.schaefferoil.com/datapdf/ulsdstudy.pdfA recent independent study of Ultra Low
Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) lubricating additives
concluded that Schaeffer’s Diesel Treat 2000
provided the most cost-effective lubricating
treatment among the products reviewed.
The study, conducted by Arlen Spicer and
sponsored by thedieselplace.com, reviewed 18
fuel additives and evaluated each one on how it
improved lubricity in ULSD fuel as well as how
much it cost to treat a 26-gallon fuel tank.