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Old 09-20-2006, 03:25 PM
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Bio-D and wet stacking

I live in Phoenix and in the summer heat I let the 6.0 PSD idle quite a bit to cool the interior before I drive off.

Now that I've started using B99 should I be more or less concerned about wet stacking?

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In Phoenix you never need to be concerned about wet stacking.
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