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ClickyAnyone use it my FIL has been adding it to his 6.9 tank and says it smokes less and is a little more quiet.He got 2 qts from a friend of his here in town.Hard stuff to purchase cause it cost so freak'n much


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Well if it is free why not right.I'll let you biotches know whats up latter fools. damn I am getting buzzed up good


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Motor oil works pretty good so far.

The truck don't like tranny fluid.

The lady that my FIL gets this crud from is out of town for another month.


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Motor oil works pretty good so far.

The truck don't like tranny fluid.

The lady that my FIL gets this crud from is out of town for another month.
More details plz.

You mean motor oil, and trans fluid, in the fuel tank?
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Yeh i had 60 gallons of tranny motor oil in my garage from all the oil changes over the years.I am rebuilding the motor in my garage and have another set of inj's so Why the hell not burn some oil up in the truck.The 1st was 4 gallons of tranny fluid and the rest was another 4 gallons of motor oil.Now I start on the 55 gallon drum.Unfiltered just dump the crap in there.I do have a screen on the funnel so it catches the big stuff.


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what the hell is FIL?
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Father in law


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45 bucks a qt and yes I bought some.I am burning motor oil so there ain't no point in this.But I'll give it a try.


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