500 ppm diesel still readily available......

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This exact notion has been debated to death on usenet literally for decades and here's what I take to be consensus.
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greek_philosophizer wrote:

Don't fool yourself- Cat, Cummins, and Navistar are still way ahead of the european diesel manufacturers. The Europeans were having fits of ecstasy over common-rail injection when it had been on the Cummins in the Ram for 2 model years.
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On 25 Jan 2007 07:00:37 -0800, "greek_philosophizer"

what part of 80% don't you get? if it is required that 80% of diesel sold be the new stuff, then 20% can be the dirtier stuff, you found the 20%
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wrote:

That 80% is 100% of retail locations for automobiles
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