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winter isn't a problem,i live in central Florida,if it gets blow 40 it doesn't stay there long
I hate to sound like an idiot but,you're saying filter it and pour it right in the tank,as long as i add it to existing fuel,it will run finr and won't hurt any thing...fuel lines, hoses,pump..ect.
Look around here more & you will re think that. In a nut shell wvo will not stay mixed with petro diesel. un-heated straight WVO will cause all kinds of problems. If you have a Constant supply of WVO Look at Lesk WVO converson kits or Bio-D processor, Appelseed, Biodieselsolutions ect. I have the bio-dsolutions unit a bit pricey still gona take about 800 gallons to pay for its self but no more money to the bad guys...
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2007 F-350 Lariat CC,LB,SRW,2x4, Brite Box, High Idle sw, No Kitty & Straight Pipe, Blue spring & Sinister coolant filter & Fumoto.
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