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  • 5 Tips to Get Your Truck Ready for the Cold

    November 6, 2017 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 35002

    Let’s face it, if you need to break out a jacket then summer and even fall is over. Similar to people, our trucks also need some adjusting to adapt to the new season. Autumn is mostly cold, windy and wet… …

  • Diesel fuel gelling is the result of the solidifying of paraffin in the fuel during cold temperatures.

    Control Diesel Fuel Gelling

    September 21, 2017 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 42264

    Not everybody liked homework when they were in school and this shows. Only about 1 out of 10 truck owners put in the time and effort to learn more about their engine. They end up being unprepared for the complications …

  • Head to Head Comparison of Fuel Additives

    Fuel Additives Comparison

    September 1, 2017 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2195

    Everyone is asking… What makes CleanBoost® Maxx™ so great? Why is it better versus other brands? What gains can I expect? and so on… Read on to discover the answers to all your questions. The comparison Today we’re going to …

  • Why Fuel Is Better In The Summer

    August 4, 2017 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2154

    Ever wondered why fuel prices go up when summer hits? This is a bad thing for your wallet but not for you! Wanna know why? Read on… Fuel price fluctuation Each year, prices fluctuate of fuel because of some logical …

  • The Different Colors of Coolant

    May 12, 2017 • Enthusiasts • Views: 118615

    The Different Colors of Coolant If an engine is used without coolant (antifreeze), it can suffer extended damage especially during winter. In the summer time, cooling can be obtained using plain water in an emergency situation although not recommended much

  • Tips to Maximize the Life of Your New Car

    Tips to Maximize the Life of Your New Car

    March 27, 2017 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2164

    We all want our cars to last a lifetime. Following the tips below will ensure your car will never prematurely age. Start as You Mean to Go on When you start up your car it takes a little time to …

  • Power Steering System. What it does, how it does it and what problems to expect.

    Understanding and Diagnosing Power Steering Noise

    February 24, 2017 • Enthusiasts • Views: 117953

    What is the Purpose of the Power Steering and its Components? Power Steering (also known as power-assisted steering) is your invisible daily partner that helps you steer faster, more precisely and easier. It makes parking and low-speed maneuvers easy even

  • Fuel Filters

    How Fuel Filter Micron Size Matters in Diesel CFPP

    January 17, 2017 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 2745

    How Filter Micron Size Matters in Diesel CFPP (Cold Filter Plug Point) When winter is upon us, we always wish we were more prepared. This research article is written to help you understand the vital role of diesel fuel filters …

  • Ethanol Damage

    Why Use Fuel Stabilizer

    November 11, 2016 • Enthusiasts • Views: 4093

    Why Use Fuel Stabilizer First, is there still a need to use fuel stabilizer when storing off season gas powered tools/equipment and vehicles such as: Lawn mowers & Chain saws Weed eaters & Trimmers ATV’s, UTV’s & RV’s Snowmobiles &

  • Gelled Fuel Filter

    Thaw Gelled Diesel Fuel in an Emergency

    October 19, 2016 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 6150

    Thaw Gelled Diesel Fuel in an Emergency As you already know, gelling of diesel fuels occurs in winter conditions and affects all drivers that live in very cold areas. The secret on how to thaw gelled diesel fuel in an emergency …