My email to Stanadyne last year resulted in a response from them to
keep using their product ( no surprise ), but the refineries would be
adding lubricity @ the refinery to make up for it. It would be
interesting to hear from someone @ a refinery to confirm this.
discusses the Lubricity issue somewhat, stating there is a new ASTM Standard
now, but it doesn't say if they add any or wether the ULSD already meets
so you dont run any type of lubricity additive? the conoco fuel station
down the road says it includes lubricity additive in the fuel, but when i
travel i wont always have access. if its not necessary i dont want to go
through the trouble. if it is something i have to worry about id rather
just trade up to a low sulpher diesel.
Nathan In Montana
Before I got a Dodge Hemi I had a Chevy diesel for 18 years and 170k miles
before I sold it to a friend who now has over 200k on it. I had to put a
pump on it at 50k miles and on the advice of my diesel shop - whose
business it is to rebuild all makess of pumps - started using Stanadyne. S
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