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Old 12-23-2008, 07:55 PM   #13 (permalink)
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So what if there is only liquid fuel in the filters...mine is gel'd up post airdog. Only thing I can do is wait for it to get warmer as I have no garage or torpedo heater.
gets some 911 if you cant find any go get some gas (very last resort) and put in about 1 gallon to 25 gallons of diesel make sure you at lest add 2 stroke oil with that gas or you may really have problems
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Interesting, a mixture of white spirits(paint thinner) and naphtha........
You cannot read an MSDS and assume it is a ingredient list. The MSDS is just going to show you the carrier solvents. There is more to these products than what the MSDS will tell you.
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Isn't that what the MSDS is for, to tell you what is in the product?
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gets some 911 if you cant find any go get some gas (very last resort) and put in about 1 gallon to 25 gallons of diesel make sure you at lest add 2 stroke oil with that gas or you may really have problems
A gallon of gasoline?

Have you done this before?
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My old boss did that on a Mack truck I drove about 20 years ago and it worked like a charm. I wouldn't make a habit out of it, but it will get you out of a bind.

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A gallon of gasoline?

Have you done this before?
yea. i wouldnt stear any one wrong. i had to last week since the power service did not do its job. it works but dont do it unless you have no other options.


edit: make sure you add 2 stroke oil for lube with it so it dont hurt your injection pump as much
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Hi:

I just want to thank all of you for all the advise and help I received here. Was able to locate the products suggested here, at a local Canadian Tire store. Without your help, I most certainly would not be able to see my son who is in hospital in Northern Alberta, after the car they were travelling in, was hit by a drunk driver. Thanks!!!! Now to hit the road and make the trip.

Merry Christmas to all of you and Happy New Year! You are the best!!!!!!

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