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  1. #31
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    NH TC25D

    Default Re: Dang Red Off road Fuel

    <font color="blue"> On road diesel off road diesel home heating oil and fuel oil are all the same thing going by different names. </font>
    As slowrev indicated, this is NOT true in all areas of the country.

  2. #32
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    Kubota L3000DT

    Default Re: Dang Red Off road Fuel

    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( It never has made sense to me that they would make 4 different products when one product would do all 4 jobs just fine. )</font>

    I don't know that they deliberately make high sulfur fuel, but the off-spec fuel that fails to meet the sulfur requirements for low-sulfur can be --and is-- sold as dyed off-road fuel.

    So it is a crap shoot. Unless you have first hand knowledge that the dyed fuel you buy is low sulfur, you have to assume it is not. At any rate, what does it matter? I don't remember seeing in the manual that low-sulfur fuel is mandatory for my kubota. Maybe other brands are different, or I missed something.

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