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  • Gelled Fuel Filter

    Thaw Gelled Diesel Fuel in an Emergency

    October 19, 2016 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 4669

    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 …

  • Clean Fuel Additive

    All About Fuel

    August 18, 2015 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2213

    Since half of our blog’s title is fuel, here is some information about fuel. You may know some or all of this, but having and understanding of how your engine uses fuel can help you understand how to improve your …

  • Top Blogs for Car Owners

    July 28, 2015 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2087

    There are two types of people in this world – those who care about their cars and those who don’t. When the engine light turns on you either check it out immediately or ignore it and hope it goes away …

  • Fuel additives are one of the best answers for the issue about how to fix gelled diesel fuel.

    How to Fix Gelled Diesel Fuel

    January 31, 2014 • Enthusiasts, Mostly Trucks • Views: 12944

    Diesel Fuel Gelling: A Review Diesel fuel gelling is a phenomenon that happens when the paraffin in diesel solidifies because of a drop in temperature. There are two important temperature points that come into play during gelling. First is the …

  • Fuel stabilizer products can stop the formation of sludge and deposits in fuel which can lead to its degradation.

    Prolong Your Fuel’s Life with a Fuel Stabilizer

    January 13, 2014 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 6851

    The Life of Gasoline Fuel The length of life of gasoline is dependent on its type and the storage conditions in which it is kept. Generally, it can last from a couple of months to a couple of years. To …

  • Diesel Fuel Additive and Conditioner

    Diesel Fuel Additive Review Part 2

    January 5, 2014 • Enthusiasts, Mostly Trucks • Views: 9950

    Lucas Fuel Treatment This gasoline and diesel fuel additive is made out of a blend of oils and additives free from any solvents. Formulated to mainly increase fuel mileage and power, it also helps lessen emissions by encouraging a better …

  • Microbial growth in fuel systems can lead to a lot of problems such as clogging of filters and tank corrosion.

    Microbial Growth in Fuel: What is it and How to Prevent it

    December 21, 2013 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 12819

    What is Microbial Growth in Fuel Storage and Tanks? Diesel fuel tanks and storage systems play a very important role in marine, farming, and fleet operations. They help save money and time by insuring the safety and quality of reliable …

  • Highlighting the Benefits of Ethanol Fuel

    December 2, 2013 • Enthusiasts • Views: 3653

    What is Ethanol? Ethanol is a high-octane and clean-burning motor fuel type produced from renewable resources. It is a type of grain fuel, mostly produced from crops like corn. Ethanol is not used as motor fuel in its unblended form. …

  • Winter blends are now being used earlier due to prices peaking.

    The Battle of the Blends: Issues on Winter Blends and Ethanol Blend Wall

    November 8, 2013 • Enthusiasts • Views: 2235

    The rise of the price of gasoline has pushed a lot of issues into light lately. One of the most controversial topics in the industry presently is the gasoline blends traditionally not used in certain circumstances. Below, I quote some …

  • Be King of the Road This Winter by sparing yourself from diesel gelling

    Prevent Diesel Gelling and be King of the Road This Winter!

    November 5, 2013 • Mostly Trucks • Views: 2603

    The winter months are one of the hardest for truck drivers. Besides from the usual danger they face in driving over snow and the uncomfortable lifestyle of dealing with the cold, another problem that they are constantly worrying over is …