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Old 12-31-2007, 10:48 AM
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Default Whats The Best Diesel Additive For Winter

any experiences on this is helpful...
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Old 12-31-2007, 11:58 AM
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Stanadyne winter formula.

or any winter formula additive for that mater.
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Old 12-31-2007, 12:18 PM
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i been using diesel 911 in a red quart container
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Old 12-31-2007, 06:53 PM
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I use Diesel Kleen in the white bottle I think -- can get it at wally world (gray is for summer I think, doesnt' have any antigel in it)
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I use our diesel concentrate plus the cold flow improver in the winter. Sorry, not found a Wally World
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Stanadyne here as well!
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Centron Diesel Fuel Enhancer is arguably the best year round performance & preventative maintenance diesel fuel additive in the marketplace. Centron is a Patented Fuel Treatment that in proven to increase increase fuel economy by 10%+, reduce maintenance costs, increase HP, reduce emissions and protect agains fuel related problems like algae and gelling. The Proven Fuel & Maintenance Cost Savings that Centron produces pays for the cost of Centron 3 to 7 times over. To learn more about Centron visit: Centron Fuel Enhancer. Tommorow's Fuel Technology Today
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Stanadyne here as well!
Same here. During the warmer weather I use 2 cycle. But once the weather swings, I switched over to Stanadyne.
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Centron Diesel Fuel Enhancer is arguably the best year round performance & preventative maintenance diesel fuel additive in the marketplace. Centron is a Patented Fuel Treatment that in proven to increase increase fuel economy by 10%+, reduce maintenance costs, increase HP, reduce emissions and protect agains fuel related problems like algae and gelling. The Proven Fuel & Maintenance Cost Savings that Centron produces pays for the cost of Centron 3 to 7 times over. To learn more about Centron visit: Centron Fuel Enhancer. Tommorow's Fuel Technology Today
wow that's a pretty good marketing strategy
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Yup pretty slick.
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