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citgo 10w heavy duty transmission fluid ????

hey guys i got 5 gallons of this Transgard HD tranny fluid that has never been opened. its for cat transpower transmissions. Can i dump this straight into my tank since its brand new fluid or should i filter it first ? (im leaning more towards filtering it first but want some input)

Also ive got 30 gallons of off road diesel fuel thats about a year or two old. Can i run this if i mix if with reg. diesel fuel and add a full bottle of diesel Kleen to it ? (im thinking its okay but just want opinions)

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Wait till summer to pour in the tranny fluid, your truck will run like **** and probably not start if its colder than 60 outside and you have a high consintration of oil in the fuel. You won't need to filter since its new.
Don't know what to tell ya about the old fuel.
Or install a heat exchanger and duel tanks and run strait WMO like I do.
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Wait till summer to pour in the tranny fluid, your truck will run like **** and probably not start if its colder than 60 outside and you have a high consintration of oil in the fuel. You won't need to filter since its new.
Don't know what to tell ya about the old fuel.
Or install a heat exchanger and duel tanks and run strait WMO like I do.
I ran it all with no problems i just added a bottle of fuel conditioner to the old fuel.

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