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Power Service was taken off the shelves for a couple weeks when ULSD first came out then came back reformulated and relabeled.
I figured as long as I followed the directions on the label I'd be fine and so far I have for last winter and this year.
I think people who have had gelling problems and have used the proper amount of additive probably have gotten some bad diesel. Most likely water or a low percentage of biodiesel.
'95 2500 4wd auto
'95 3500 5 speed heavy hauler
Stock for one day
I have to agree with that article, when my truck gelled up earlier in the week I saw exactly what they were talking about. I also used products that said they were for USLD, and I used a little more than what was recommended.
I've never had the LSD fuel gel up on me when I used an anti gel additive before. So I can agree that this new ULSD is not as good of a fuel when the weather is cold.
1999 2500 Quad Cab 4x4, Edge Juice w/Attitude, AirDog 100,II 62mm snail ,6" stack, BHAF, 125hp Injectors,5spd swap w/ Valair 3850 DD, thanks to Holland Court Diesel, and TheDityD! Jvmpmotorsports.com
I went snowboarding the last weekend and when I went to start the truck to leave the snow it sounded funny. I shut it off right away and bumped the starter... I didn't hear the fuel pump run... checked the fuses and the airdog fuse was blown.... I think the fuel gelled or froze in the pump and drew too many amps and popped the fuse...
2001 2500 4x4
PhatShaft62, DDP 150, TST Comp/Smarty, S&B Intake, PSC brace, Hamilton 110 springs, Fluidamper, ARP studs, 4" straight pipe, AIRDOG 150, BD black FP, Suncoast billet trans, 3-disc converter, 3rd Gen Brakes, Thuren 3rd Gen track bar. RIP grandpa "Red" 10-11-08 WAGNAAR MOTORSPORTS
Mine gelled up on me the other morning on the way home. I think the place I get my fuel got a bad shipment because two weeks ago it was -15 and no issues. Wednesday morn it was only -2 and it gelled right up. I poured two bottles of Diesel 911 in and it fixed it right up. Probably shouldn't have used so much but by the time I got it and put it in I didn't feel like sitting around any longer.
seems early in winter is a problem probably fuel wasn't a winter blend.i haven't had any issues in 3 years of ulsd in below 0 deg f with no anti gel.
02 II phatshaft,rv275 inj,nv5600 w sb 3650,ejwa stacked w smarty,fass 150 w sump
'sold'01.5 II sps 62/71/14,f1 mach 4's,arp studs,dtt billet trans, sheid cam,cai,edge ez stacked w/tst 3
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