The whole point is educating new users. Whether or not they spend money on diesel additives is their choice, but I'm against them making that choice based on the myths and exaggerations of additive manufacturers and uneducated current users. This thread is about adding used (waste) motor oil to the fuel. I challenge anyone to list one thing that is smart about introducing the contaminates (silicon, sodium and potassium) and wear metals (iron, aluminum, copper, tin, lead, nickel, chromium, cadmium, silver and vanadium) found in WMO into the fuel system. Lets not forget the additive package of the motor oil out of the bottle, which could account for 40% of the volume (titanium, molybdenum, antimony, manganese, lithium, boron, magnesium, calcium, barium, phosphorus, and zinc). How many of those burn faster than diesel and which do not burn at all? The oil itself has a different flash point than diesel. Check the web for pictures of the carbon deposits found on the injectors of engine that have been burning WMO.
Only because you drug it out into the weeds, misread and misrepresented the thread and ideas, and just plain loaded it up with your typical self-centered in love with your own voice opinions and backwards reasoning crap.This thread is about adding used (waste) motor oil to the fuel.
Let us look at what the thread starter actually said, not what you evidently cannot comprehend:
I wanted to start a Thread for members who use and believe in adding lube to their fuel for making there engine last longer and better MPG's.
Nope, nothing there about used motor oil or anything else OTHER than adding lube to the fuel for better results. Period. Anything you have posted has been pure opinion with diddly to back it up other than you setting yourself up as the authority because your drive what?? Oh yeah, a tractor engine that is known for its ability to ingest the worst fuels and keep running. That is what tractor engines do. End of story.
As for all you demands, why don't post a scientific study that absolutely refutes that lube and additives in ULSD do NOT provide any benefit. You have been give reams of proof that is does in fact provide a benefit but your belief system is so broken it won't allow you to see what is in front of you. Prove your opinions have some basis in fact instead of obsolete irrelevant nonsense. Offer ANY proof that additional lube in ULSD is a BAD thing, that it doesn't extend the MTBF of the fuel system and engine, and it does NOT increase fuel efficiency.
Keeping new users and those genuinely interested in the subject from being poisoned by your arrogance and ignorance IS what this thread is about. Your lack of understanding is a function of your inadequacies, not our problem. Put up up or SHUT up!!!