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No, ULSD sold in California and elsewhere is 15ppm, even better than the 50ppm European standard. It is as clear as drinking water. Even Jet-A has a slight straw color. I remember the old muddy-looking diesel.
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
Vietnam Vet/ OS1 USN/USNR retired 26 years
B5 soydiesel user
You can get Off road diesel if you had a station around you that carried it. The EPA
mandates that it also had the 15ppm limit by 2010. It was at 3000ppm and it has to
go all the way to 15!! OF course if you get pulled for running it by DOT thety will
give you a ticket for not paying your road fuel tax!!
86 fs bronco 302 auto 33x12.50 at rusty but trusty!
91 ford probe lx mtx The mighty vulcan 3.0
Before posting fuel related problems Run a couple of bottles of dedicated gas line dryer through IT!!
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