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anyone got any ideas on a good fuel additive to increase the lubricity of this new ulsd fuel i've been using diesel kleen but just wondering if there is any better ones. My buddy said he has been having some luck withmarvel mystery oil.
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If I am down south and fill up I will buy some Howe's, as an antigell. Other than that I have never seen any additive fix anything, Buy clean fuel and change your fuel filter. 99% of class eight's never use an additive unless they are coming north in the winter. 99% of th additives out there are mineral oil, and dye 100% crap. Use ACdelco, Fleetguard, or Baldwin filters. Just a thought!
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