Re: Diesel Biocide Additives?
If you aren't having trouble you don't need the additive. It is only if you have the fungus in your system. If you buy good quality fuel from a reputable dealer you should never get it. It tends to grow in fuel that has been in storage for a long time especially if moisture was able to get with the fuel. We sell premium fuel that is supposed to keep it from ever starting to grow. I have never had it in any of my customers in 7 years of fuel hauling. The only thing I have heard of was a piece of county equipment that had sat for 6 to 8 months after they bought it. They just had to drain the tanks and replace filters and it was good to go.
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1995 F-350 Crew Cab 4x4
TS 6 position chip
3 inch down pipe.
4 inch Diamond Eye dual outlet exhaust with cat and muffler delete.
6637 poor boy cold air intake.
Pyro, trans temp and boost gauge.
Bradford Built Flatbed.