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Old 03-02-2009, 11:42 AM
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Question gas stations

i was wondering what gas stations do you guys prefer, i know my girlfriends 08 focus has a BP gas sticker on the gas cap, but i prefer using UDF in burlington or the Speed way on 18 in florence the one right by tire discounters ususally.
whats your alls favorite?
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Old 03-02-2009, 01:31 PM
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since I helped open that Speedway 15 years ago as a Superamerica I generally stop there. Especially since I use to live right behind it. I also use the Speedway across from the TA too. I have been known to stop at the TA also.
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:18 PM
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I most commonly go to one of the shells (on 18 in Florence or off 275 in Hebron) cuase they don't have a card reader on the diesel pump. You have to pay inside, makes it easier to fill my Bronco up since it don't shut off at like $50 lol!
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I usually go to Kroger or Sunoco in Cold Spring, or Thortons in Sharonville just down from work.

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I usually go to the UDF on the AA hwy in Wilder. When on the road, I hit the pilot truckstops and Love's truckstops usually.
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Does anyone know the cetane rateing of the diesel around here? I asked the manager of the shell/roadranger on northbend at Hebron but she didn't seem to know.
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You don't see that listed on the pumps any more. I remember I used to see the rating, and it was usually 40, but that has been a while. If you run additive, and I believe you really should if you've got an older truck, check out the stuff you're using. Most of it out there does claim to boost the cetane in diesel.
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Thanks, I just wish they still listed it like they do octane for gas.
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