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Thanks to all the great info on this forum I am on my second tank of Bio-D. My engine loves the stuff. It runs much quieter and it looks like I am seeing an improvement of about 1 MPG on the highway. My first tank had about a quarter tank of #2 when I topped off with B-99 and my second tank was down to quarter tank when I topped off again with B-99.
This afternoon I will be changing the fuel filters and doing an oil change. I really LOVE the fact that the profits on my fuel purchases will now be going to support farmers and all here in the USA.
My question is this...
I will be going on a little road trip this weekend and to make the round trip I will need about 20 extra gallons. I would like to bring along the extra fuel in some plastic gas jugs that I have used in the past filled with pre-mix oil and gas for my 2-stroke motorcycles. The plastic jugs are bone dry and have not been filled with the gas mixture for about 3 months.
Would it be okay to use these "dirty" plastic jugs and fill them with B-99 for my roadtrip or should I just fill up with #2 when I need to.
Thanks again for all the great information given by the frequent posters here on this forum.
2004 EB Excursion 4X4 6.0L PSD 3.73LS /3" Donahoe Racing Lift & Shocks / Landyot Radius Rods /ARP Head Studs / Blue FPR Spring / Hellwig Anti-Sway Bar / Firestone Airbags / Dieselsite Coolant Filter / Stealth Automotive CCV Filter Kit / Harpooned / HFCM Plug / Silverstar 9005s in the fogs / Fumoto Valve / SyncroMax in Transfer Case / Magnafine PS Filter/ ART Rotors & Hawk Pads / LT275/70R18 Hankook DynaPro ATm RF10's on Helo MAXX Rims / 2006 ATC Custom Trailer w/Hensley Arrow Hitch
If the gas cans are bone dry you will not have any issues.
95 F350 SC PSD Auto 4.10 Pro-Tech Aluminum Flatbed with side boxes AutoMeter Transmission and Boost gauges 6637 Filter mod 160K miles B&M 24K Transmission cooler Diamond Eye stainless steel exhaust 2 tank WVO
Be sure to use fuel cans marked as diesel - not gas. Some states get nasty about this.
red 04 F250 build date 04/04 6.0 PSD ,auto,cc, xlt ,sb, moon roof, 4X4, off road pkg, sports pkg., tow pkg,camper pkg,FX4, electric shift on fly
93 f350 7.3 , 5 speed manual, ext cab, long box 240K+ miles
1967 C700 farm truck
30 ft travel trailer
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