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well im going to run farm fuel in my 2002 cummins and am going to add some 2 stroke oil to keep everything lubed up? how often should someone add this? and is it ok to run a anti-gel attidtive with with the 2 stroke oil?
I run mine in every tank. As far as dyed fuel. I've never heard of anyone getting tested for it. I could run it in my town and never get checked. Even now with it being taxed its almost the same price as reg fuel.
2002 2500 SLT 4x4 6 Speed 3.55's. SB Dual Disk ,Fass 150,Edge Juice w/attitude, 150hp injectors, AFE intake,5in str8 piped exhaust,20% window tint,Leveled with 33's,Halo head lights w/55watt hid's, 35watt hid fog lights,Ram Air Hood,High idle mod.
They test in Texas. I know that's Texas and not North Dakota, but just saying it does happen. I've stopped at road checks (where they set up a test station and test every (pickups, tractors, fertilizer trucks) diesel that was passing through), and at the auction barns, they'll walk the parking lot and dip every tank. Known plenty to get caught too, its not a fine you want. $100 for every gallon in the tank, plus a base fine ($500 I think), next time you're caught, it could potentially be a vehicle confiscation.
For Texas at least, the law is that offroad diesel should never touch pavement (public soil) in any type of machinery. This means that even a tractor is at risk if its just running from one field to the next. Now granted, its up to one inspector being an a-hole to take it that far, but my uncle runs a spray business and one of is field trucks got stopped at a highway check once and he was fined (thats where I got my info from). Wasn't a cheap ticket when his 150gal tank was just filled to the top with offroad diesel.
And as for the question, I run 1oz to the gal every other fill up.
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