Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: South Puget Sound, WA
Re: #2 "Light" diesel
If it was winter time in a cold state I might think it was #2 with kerosene added. Winter diesel. In Yuma in the summertime, I wouldn't want light diesel. Regular diesel is already like water I bet.
You would think that they would tell you what makes their diesel "light".
2000 F350 SRW, 4wd, CCSB, PSD
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