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Old 07-15-2007, 06:03 PM
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Bio-diesel-diesel kleen

Hey I have a question.... Right now I have a tank of diesel with the diesel kleen additive. Would it be ok to add Bio in there too, or should I get all of the diesel kleen out first? A local truck stop is going to start selling bio, and depending on the price I might start running it. I had the hook up on free oil, I just dont have the time or the energy to make it.
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Hey I have a question.... Right now I have a tank of diesel with the diesel kleen additive. Would it be ok to add Bio in there too, or should I get all of the diesel kleen out first? A local truck stop is going to start selling bio, and depending on the price I might start running it. I had the hook up on free oil, I just dont have the time or the energy to make it.
Just add Bio and go! Biodiesel will mix with the dino-diesel and DK just fine.
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Just add Bio and go! Biodiesel will mix with the dino-diesel and DK just fine.
Thanks! should I still use an additive with bio?
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Thanks! should I still use an additive with bio?
Not necessary if you use anything over B-5. Just the addition of 2% biodiesel will increase the lubricity of dino-diesel by 67%!
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