TDG Mafia # 81
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
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Not trying to stir up anything here, but I think we are going to see some of these additives move to the side for B2 up to B5. Especially since most states are considering the sale of B2 in all pumps! I think we would then see a dramatic drop in additives sales, as they would not be needed except in the winter to battle gelling issues. But, here in IN when it dropped in the negatives for almost a month, my trucks ran great on B20 the entire time. Not one of the 7 in the fleet gelled and neither did my Chevy, which I had fueled with B20 the night before it dropped. (I didnt watch the news that night, stupid me)
Any thoughts? (on the test, not my personal stupidity. I get enough opinions from my family, thank you!)
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05 IH 9400i with Cummins ISX pulling a lumber bunk trailer, stuck in a swamp somewhere in Indiana.
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