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Old 03-03-2015, 06:29 PM
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Its no secret what keeps fuel from gelling. You will see companies that can make a good product have issues pop up when they are not ISO 9001 compliant. Its a PITA to keep the ISO standards, but it pays off in consistency. Some of our products are checked 30 times from the base oil entering til the final product leaves. We do it for the 100 million dollar turbines our oil goes into. But it benefits all our customers from the 10 gig power gen plants to the guy with a Sthil weed whacker.
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Its no secret what keeps fuel from gelling. You will see companies that can make a good product have issues pop up when they are not ISO 9001 compliant. Its a PITA to keep the ISO standards, but it pays off in consistency. Some of our products are checked 30 times from the base oil entering til the final product leaves. We do it for the 100 million dollar turbines our oil goes into. But it benefits all our customers from the 10 gig power gen plants to the guy with a Sthil weed whacker.
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Old 03-03-2015, 06:42 PM
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Old 03-03-2015, 06:57 PM
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And if that's the case, maybe I'm just lucky.

Of course, if you knew me better, you'd KNOW that wasn't the case,
You didn't get lucky Tom, I have used Power Service up here since 2005 and never gelled trucks, tractors, skidders ever.. I give it a good dose of it and it works for me..
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Old 03-03-2015, 07:45 PM
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I've had powerservice gel in blended fuel a couple of times and I dump the 100 gallon bottle in my 26 gallon tank. -20's air temp with a 6.0 both times. Never a issue with 7.3 or 6.6 duramax.
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Two 6.0's and one 7.3 for me.. I plowed a lot with all three.. I also added motorcraft performance improver to it, maybe that has something to do with it..
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Maybe. I think my issues were with small town stations that said blended to a certain temp but were not close. I try to stick with truck stops here in the winter and haven't had a issue. I still dump the 32 ounce bottle in every tank. Sure runs smoother.

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Old 03-04-2015, 07:06 AM
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Well, I'm glad not everyone has had issues with PS. However, no one has ever had issues with Full Torque, or BTU+. I have a dozen ice road truckers that use it in Alaska at -40 or colder. And not only did it not gel, it helped their engines run smoother. Let me see If I can upload some info.
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