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Hi all fuel guru's. I was cleaning out the barn and came a cross a 5 gallon jug of corn oil we some times feed to the horses when it gets cold. this jug is pretty old and I'm not too sure about feeding it to us or the stock but can my truck drink it?
could Ijust mix in a little bit each fill up just not to waist it?
will it hurt any thing?
thanks much J
I would think it would be OK. Pretty common from what I've read. Might want to wait for warmer weather though. Might jell up. Keep a new fuel filter handy when you do run it. Just in case.
Pete in San Ramon
2005 F250 6.0 Lariat 4x4 CC Short bed (stock)
1997 F250 7.3 XLT 4X4 Reg. cab 1.0 housing Banks wheel AC injectors T500 Farmers Diesel pushrods Diamond Eye 4" exhaust DP F6 chip Electric fuel S@B intake
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