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B20 or B2?

My local source for biodiesel has B20 and B2. Whats the difference and which would be better for my 6.0L? Or is there no real difference.
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My local source for biodiesel has B20 and B2. Whats the difference and which would be better for my 6.0L? Or is there no real difference.
The number after the B is the percent of biodiesel, the higher the number the smoother the engine's run. I am using B-80 this winter, but will switch to B-100 in march.FABMANDELUX.
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Thanks, that's what I thought but it seemed like too simple of an answer.
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Fab is right. I run B100 year round here in PHX. depending on where you live or travel too blending is good in winter to help keep fuel from clouding/gelling. Typically B80 blend is good.
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Just remember when using the biodiesel. The ford stand is B5 max for warranty purposes. The fuel must be a ASTM D6751 which is the biodiesel fuel standard.
Check out this site for further info http://www.biodiesel.org/resources/f...arranties.shtm
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