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It will be safe for the summer months, but you will want to blend it down to a B20 mixture in the winter because of gelling issues. If you have more than 100K on the trucks, there is a possibility of plugging filters for the first 3K or so, but after the initial cleaning of the system, you should be fine with normal changing intervals of the fuel filter.
B100 will clean the system rather quickly, and the engines should quiet down considerably, because of the solvent/lubricating attributes of Bio-D. Good luck with the processing.
2001 GMC 2500HD EC/LB, 4X4. A few go fast goodies. 540hp/1107tq Danville Dyno 11/09, Kennedy 40% injectors.
05 IH 9400i with Cummins ISX pulling a lumber bunk trailer, stuck in a swamp somewhere in Indiana.
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