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Urea shortage?

CAVEMANN

Active Member
Jan 5, 2020
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Truck Year
2017
I checked at WALMART last Friday & they had none, my local NAPA jobber had a pretty good stock the last time I lokked, I can run diluted DEF in my ECO, so not too worried, I'm more worried about the lube oil shortage.
 

1shadowsabre

Active Member
Oct 18, 2015
630
227
Truck Year
2015
my local Fast Fuel and the Loves truck stop appear to have enough for my needs on tap. I run diluted with distilled water too!
 

Mesatoneman

Active Member
Dec 27, 2020
157
67
Truck Year
2016
Yah been running about 1 jug of DEF to 2 gals of dist. for over a year now too. Just curious about everyone’s thoughts. I live in pa and doesn’t seem to be hard to find now. Thanks
 

TC Diesel

Well-Known Member
Jul 14, 2016
2,060
555
Truck Year
2015
I been running that in all My DSL 2013-17, You need to be cautious on some 2017s for some trucks are equip with quality sensor trigger to 22% Urea all 2018s have the QS, so 1 Gallon DS to every 2.5 Gallons DEF is about 24% problem free, Thats a big drop that both the DEF pump/Injector life will be extended.
 

DownSouth

New Member
Aug 8, 2021
14
4
Truck Year
2021
Sam's Club, Home Depot, and truck stops have plenty of DEF in stock...only the fool (Economic Ninja) on YouTube is spouting about. The real shortage is in Australia and Korea where they shut down their urea plants a few years ago because it was cheaper to purchase it from the Chinese. Now, they are paying the price. We have numerous urea plants in the U.S. and no shortage of the feedstocks.

I was at Sam's Club on Saturday and the had a full pallet on the floor and two more full pallets in the steel above. Home Depot have over sixty cases in stock and my local truck stop told me they have NEVER had an issue getting DEF and don't foresee any reason they would in the future.
 
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