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  1. #1
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    Default Cold weather fuel treatment

    I recently purchased a GL3540 and was wondering what people are using for fuel treatment. I use the white 911 in my duramax for years to get rid of any winter time moisture. It seems to work well and would like to use it in the kubota if needed. What are folks using if anything?

    Thanks

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    Super Member 94BULLITT's Avatar
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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    I have heard guys on the forum talk about a kubota fuel treatment, I;m not sure what all it does. You may want to get something that increases lubricity too. Some winter blends of diesel fuel have kerosene to improve the winter operability. It decreases lubricity. Diesel power mag did a test on additives. Here is the link. The opti-lube they tested had a winter formula. Bobcat has a fuel treatment which looks good too.

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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    I use Power Service in both my bucket truck and the diesel that I buy for the Bobcat. The bucket truck is unused all winter, so I add 911 to those tanks just as insurance against gelling. I start it up once a month or so during my off season.
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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    I use Powerservice year round.Never a problem,we are just south of Canada;and the tractor sits outdoors.

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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    Howes or Kleen flo one shot.
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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    Power Service in the white bottle year around. Can find it everywhere. Philip.
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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    I guess I've called power service the white 911 forever. I'm not a racist additive person just a person who couldn't remember the name. It's good to know folks are using it so I don't have to get a second additive.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    I use Diesel Fuel Supplement + Cetane Boost by Power Service year round. TSC and most Auto Parts stores carry it. There are several other additives that other TBN members use that they like, but this product works for me. Best wishes.
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    Veteran Member PHILIP8N's Avatar
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    Default Re: Cold weather fuel treatment

    White bottle and 911 are different bottles and treatments. Philip.
    Kubota L3940HST-1 2009
    84" front blade
    LA724 loader w/quick attach
    HD 72" round back bucket
    turf tires
    Kubota GR2120 2013
    Ford 8N 1950
    Ford 6000 diesel 1961
    JD L110 2003
    Woods RD7200 finish mower, Land Pride RCR1272 rotary cutter, Bearcat CH5540 5" chipper, L8170 ballast box, 6' Woods pulverizer, 6' Dragon box scrapper with hydraulic rippers, 14" 2 bottom plow, sub-soiler, post hole auger, 3 point pallet forks, 30" rear scoop, 7' Land Pride RB1584 rear blade, 3 point boom pole

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