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Old 01-03-2011, 05:29 PM
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Curious if it's safe to run B20 or higher is my PSD? Are my hoses bio safe?

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Your good to go with any amount of bio, and all hoses after 1994 are ok also.
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Your good to go with any amount of bio, and all hoses after 1994 are ok also.
That's really great news since I have B20 available in Santa Fe and I think B100 in Albuquerque..

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You should carry a spare fuel filter if you start using high concentrations of bio. It WILL clean your entire fuel system......
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The main fuel filter is about 20 bucks a pop and then someone before me installed inline fuel filters about halfway up the truck. I did run a tank or so through the truck when I got it last October. I did like the smell of the exhaust way better, even on B20.. Since October I've been using additives in regular diesel..

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