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Hey Gang... I got ahold of the local fuel station owner and going to see what information I can get about diesel fuel and the quality and testing the fuel must meet... He said he would look up the shipping invoice and see if he could find any information about pourt point, HFRR, and othe good information. :thumbup2: Lets see where this goes...

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Basically where it went to was that the contact information I was given was a email address for Chevron. Which in turn pointed me back to there spec sheet on the web site. :rolleyes:I guess if we want more information about diesel fuels we are going to need a inside man with one of the companies.

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What a great thing that diesel and the other forms of fuel available are now having lower and lower prices which surely will bode well to those who are consuming a lot of them, and on the large scale. It really is a pain in the wallet when you have to fill up those higher quality forms of fuel only to realize that they really sting much.

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