Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: The actual Midwest
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You don't need any anti-gel if you are buying fuel in the region where those temperatures are normal/expected. Winter fuel is treated for the area.
There are exceptions, but they're rare.I ran anti gel because I still had some desert fuel in the truck when I filled up on the way up to SLC.
I'm a prime example of being an exception. Not driving my 3500 all that often (it is a tow vehicle after all) and having 74 gallons on board, I frequently end up running summer fuel in the winter, and vice versa.
Maybe if we start telling people that the brain is an app, they will start using it?
'14 1500 V6, '17 3500 C&C, plus a '19 3500 6.4 in the household.