Join Date: Sep 2014
Location: Black Diamond, WA
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Slosh around the gas, dump it out, fill with diesel. A splash of gas in 5 gal of diesel wouldn't hurt your diesel or truck anyway. That's actually an old school way to prevent diesel gelling.
If they're stuck on grime inside, I may wash them with soap and water and let them dry. Turn upside down for a day and then use them.
You've got fuel filter(s) for particulates on the truck. Ever see construction equipment fueled up on a dusty or muddy job and you wouldn't worry about a little dirt.
07 5.9 Mega, G56, SB Single disk Ceramic clutch, OE 1 piece Al driveshaft, 60hp Industrial injectors, Triple dog, Glacier 2mic filter, BD exhaust brake, ATI Super Damper, BD steering brace, Firestone bags, Big Wig swaybar, 4th Gen 20s and some home made Stableloads.