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Getting ready to add 2 micron fuel filter to my truck and wondering if there are any considerations on parts or placement when operating in below-zero weather?
 

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I run them and I dont have any issues. I hear alor of people making a big deal about fine filters in colder weather... CAT runs 2 micron filters on their equipment in cold weather. I run antigell in every tank below 32 degrees since I run bio blend (B20) year round. So far ive been down to -15 with no problems running fine filtration.
 

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I run them and I dont have any issues. I hear alor of people making a big deal about fine filters in colder weather... CAT runs 2 micron filters on their equipment in cold weather. I run antigell in every tank below 32 degrees since I run bio blend (B20) year round. So far ive been down to -15 with no problems running fine filtration.
and we have lots of problems with plugging filters! thats why they make a big deal about it. what filter base and filter do you use?
 

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My fuel filters have seen numerous sub-zero starts (coldest around -10F)...not a problem yet. Mine are down on the frame rail, which is supposedly the worst spot for gelling. But eventough I don't plug her in or run anti-gel I have never had a problem.
 
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