they run #1 fuel most all year in Montana with out lubricity related problems, all #1 kerosene meant for motor fuel has the same lubricity modifier as #2 diesel, just gells at a much lower themp. all newer diesels have pumps and injectors designed for ULSD. the only problem would be if the fuel was kerosene for jet fuel, witch is not really kerosene, jet A and JetA1(winter fuel) are not to be confused, with kerosene Jet A is low in btu as compared to #2, however it lights easier at altitude, if it is motor fuel it is fine, less power, starts easier in the cold.
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