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Old 03-21-2007, 01:53 PM
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mixing b99?

Is anyone mixing b99 with dino diesel .Ihave a 04f350 with 6.0 . Would sometimes run b20 but station went to b99 with a club membership to buy b 99 ca state mandated?.
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Do you still have warrenty left, if so be careful because Ford tries to use running BD as an excuse to void it.
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i run b100 no problems.
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Would sometimes run b20 but station went to b99 with a club membership to buy b 99 ca state mandated?.
what do you mean Ca state mandated?
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