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Old 10-29-2007, 02:01 PM
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Bio-Diesel and a 1985 F250 Diesel

Hi Everyone,

I just purchased a 1985 F250 Diesel yesterday, and am wondering if there is anything I special I need to do before I run Bio.

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It most likely has rubber fuel lines and they should be changed.
Also change any other rubber components in the fuel system O-rings seals etc.
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I personally wouldn't worry about that unless you start to have problems, I've been running it in my 84 for over a year no probs
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I personally wouldn't worry about that unless you start to have problems, I've been running it in my 84 for over a year no probs
There you go straight from the horses mouth.
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Well there you have it then, I think I will go fill up with some Bio. We have two Stations locally that have B99.
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I thought you were talking about homemade, if you are buying it from the store you definetely have no worries.
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