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Stanadyne vs. Power Service

I know there are a lot of treatments out there but these two are readily available to me (Power Service more so) and really don't want to get into debate over 100 different ones. I switched from no additive to the PS and noticed a big difference in the truck. Then I switched to Stanadyne from there and don't think there's a difference from PS to Stanadyne. May be a little though I can't tell if there is or if it's in my head. What I do know is both are better than nothing. Seen a comparison where PS ranked higher than Stanadyne which surprised me so I thought I'd see which one you guys think is the best because PS is cheaper and closer.

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I know there are a lot of treatments out there but these two are readily available to me (Power Service more so) and really don't want to get into debate over 100 different ones. I switched from no additive to the PS and noticed a big difference in the truck. Then I switched to Stanadyne from there and don't think there's a difference from PS to Stanadyne. May be a little though I can't tell if there is or if it's in my head. What I do know is both are better than nothing. Seen a comparison where PS ranked higher than Stanadyne which surprised me so I thought I'd see which one you guys think is the best because PS is cheaper and closer.
I use Power Service a lot.. I just got a deal on the Ford stuff so I bought it. The Stanadyne is a great product as well. What is best, who knows.. The Power Service, I buy at Walmart.. It doesn't get much easier than that.. It works, that's all I need to know..
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Been using Power Service for years, switched over to 2 stroke oil..like it better and its cheaper.

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