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Old 01-31-2019, 08:52 AM   #126
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I had a side yob customer call and he gelled yesterday after idling his truck all night. he is also a power service believer..... not so much anymore. LMAO.
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Because idling doesn't warm the tank.......
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The PS stuff is what I used and I haven't had a hint of any sort of difficulty, and my garage is outside temp. Should I switch to something better next year anyway though?

I did see an avalanche pulling a big ol 6.7 on my way home yesterday... looked kinda funny.

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Does it not return?
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Old 01-31-2019, 08:56 AM   #130
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oh it do. theres warm fuel return.
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oh it do. theres warm fuel return.
Seriously wonder if thats even enough to make a difference in this kind of cold,

Aka how much fuel is going through the return based on how many gallons are in that cold as tank.
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The PS stuff is what I used and I haven't had a hint of any sort of difficulty, and my garage is outside temp. Should I switch to something better next year anyway though?

I did see an avalanche pulling a big ol 6.7 on my way home yesterday... looked kinda funny.
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I only use PS 911 cause thats all that ive seen good from them. and lets face it,its just cause alcohol thats in it. so you could technically toss GAS in your tank and get the same benefit(ive got guys that mix gas in their fuel too). i dont recommend it
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At what point does the fuel system sense the gas and disable the truck though?
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oh it all causes damage at all times. 911 is death to any fuel injection points. its just how rugged your parts are.

a 7.3 and 6.0 will run a half of gas and almost fine. 6.4, 6.7PSD,6.7C,6.6. nope.
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Old 01-31-2019, 09:03 AM   #135
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you know how i know cause i know. i seent it. i dont go off of data sheets and lab experiments and what your brothers buddy who works at the truck stop says.


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that and only that.. primarily to extend the life of my dezaal..

thank you deezuz christ!
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I had a side yob customer call and he gelled yesterday after idling his truck all night. he is also a power service believer..... not so much anymore. LMAO.
Well this is driving me crazy!!! Is the Cummins more prone to gelling then others? I have two buddies with Duramax 15'16' and they had no issues. We all had full tanks, from different stations, and used 16oz of PS. Im chalking it up to crappy winterized fuel from gas station. FYI, my truck is still still outside at the dealer and they haven't touched it yet.
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Well this is driving me crazy!!! Is the Cummins more prone to gelling then others? I have two buddies with Duramax 15'16' and they had no issues. We all had full tanks, from different stations, and used 16oz of PS. Im chalking it up to crappy winterized fuel from gas station. FYI, my truck is still still outside at the dealer and they haven't touched it yet.
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It didn't get as cold here as it did for you guys. Temps reached about -15. Windchill was maybe -25.

I use optilube winter this time of the year. -20 protection on the normal treatment, and -50 on a double dose.

Lots of people gel up with power service or howes, so I stay away from those.

I also ran stanadyne last winter without problems, but it didn't get as cold last year.
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Why are heated tanks not a thing? Kinda seems like that's just as important as a block heater

"Plugged in my truck last night, started fine, then broke down a mile from my house due to gelled fuel"

lol..rather have it not start in the first place
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Move the fuel tanks into the cab, problem solved!
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All the teenagers with 15 year old cummins are probably pretty pissed right now. They should have been pulling friends out of ditches with their POS dodge, but it stalled on the side of the road so they're cruising their gf's kia or mom's escalade
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Well this is driving me crazy!!! Is the Cummins more prone to gelling then others? I have two buddies with Duramax 15'16' and they had no issues. We all had full tanks, from different stations, and used 16oz of PS. Im chalking it up to crappy winterized fuel from gas station. FYI, my truck is still still outside at the dealer and they haven't touched it yet.

I don't even know what truck you have, so what year?


Do those guys have any lift pumps? Like FASS fuel system or no?

I don't question duramaxs much, they just..... Work. Dmax basically has miles of fuel lines right on the engine. That heat transfer helps a fuck ton. CUMMINGGGGS has one fuel line that basically runs from tank to filter, sticking way out in the open.
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I used a oil pan heating pad on the bottom of the fuel tank and plugged it in along with the block heater on my diesels, along with stanadyne I never had problems on cummins or ford , I always kept filters, and tools in both during the winter anyways
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Old 01-31-2019, 02:14 PM   #148
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Yea those blankets work great. Fuel line wrap, etc... But seriously it's just not that cold all that often to have that stuff
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Yup, just don't drive it for a couple days and you are good.

I think that is the @Bruce Jibboo method?

Heck that is what we are doing with the Colorado, its hanging in the heated garage living that bradozer lifestyle. The volt has been in the driveway getting the cold as fuck start every morning and night.
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Yea I ain't driving mine. I don't even know if I can, not sure if that oil seal blew out or not
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