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Brady

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No sorry I don't know of any. I order my oil & filter from IDPARTS.com.


-Brady
 

flying7

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Amazon was the best price I've found online. Sometime the local places will have a special.
 

fhedrickjr

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Rotella T6 Full Synthetic was $21.99 per gallon the last time I priced it at Walmart....
 

bobcat67

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I think everyone is taking the Rotella T6 recommendation a little too seriously, FCA is in bed with SOPUS, Shell Oil Products United States, which happens to own the Pennzoil brand and obviously the shell branded oils. As long as it's a synthetic, preferably the 5w-40 diesel engine oil flavor, then I'd say it's good to go.
 

Brady

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yes

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fhedrickjr

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They are supposedly rated for B20 Biodiesel too. Anyone have any experience running this??
 

Brady

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No experience with Bio diesel. But would think I'd be careful as it can gel at much higher temps then it's full blooded diesel counterpart.

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bobcat67

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Usually stations that sell Bio sell a B20 blend in the warm months and B5 in the winter due to the gelling issues. I'd be tempted to run it if I could get it local, keeps fuel system really clean and provides a little extra lubricity compared to regular fuel
 
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fhedrickjr

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Usually stations that sell Bio sell a B20 blend in the warm months and B5 in the winter due to the gelling issues. I'd be tempted to run it if I could get it local, keeps fuel system really clean and provides a little extra lubricity compared to regular fuel
Really wondering how it affects mileage.
 

fhedrickjr

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bobcat67

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Bio is usually more expensive though, it's odd how the diesel world works
 

fhedrickjr

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Brady

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Jeff, how'd the mileage turn out, if you checked it....

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BoostN

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Jeff, how'd the mileage turn out, if you checked it....

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I did not, but that was over a year ago and I don't recall it being any drastic differences (better or worse).