Do i have to do anything special to my truck or can i just pump it in the tank. they are starting to sell it around town for about a dolar less. what do you guys think.
Yeah B20 is 20% biodiesel. B100, 100% biodiesel, is a great solvent and what happens is that if you added B100 to your tank all the sediment and general crap at the bottom of the tank will be pulled down to the fuel filter and clog it. If you run B20 some of the sediment and crap will be moved but not as much as b100. After 2 or 3 tanks of B20 you can start going up in concentration. Usually the pumps are labeled what the B concentration is. If the biodiesel pump is b100 simple way to dilute it a bit is pump 5-7 gallons of b100 then fill the rest with regular dino-dieselso dont put more than b20 which means 20% bio because it's a good solvent im lost and why not put b100 it will clog filter. so i go to the place and tell them i want a certain type. is that how that works.
Well are you buying from a dealer, a co-op or from a hippie who brews it in between smoking doobies?Thats where my problem lies. i worry it wont be and i know nothing about it being good or bad. i friend of mine is going to use it first in his powerbroke then if he has good results i wil go and fill it up.
Checkout:is there a way to search on the internet for suppliers of bio? because i live outside of cincinnati and don't know of anywhere to find it
Thanks for the help. i found one thats only 10 miles from my house. But the most they really have around here is B5 or B10