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You shouldn't...

You might read a older thread...

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Then you might think about this...

Commerical Anti-Gel Additive... (Cennex Anti-Gel Additive)

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So with that said you shouldn't mix them but if you have to be sure to only use it when needed... Being that Xylene is a solvent and it will reduced the lubricity of the fuel. Not to mention it will reduce the BTU content of the fuel...

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Thanks for the reply, it does make since. Now I need to see if I get by without the the fuel heater :D

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Hey,I've heard of guys not having any problems, and they are located in very cold climates (Colorado, Canada, ect) So I would think you'll be ok... Mike- Do you think it is a good idea to have a bottle of that Diesel 911 on hand in the winter or not???? I was thinking about getting a bottle just in case...Thanks,Winslow

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Hey, I've heard of guys not having any problems, and they are located in very cold climates (Colorado, Canada, ect) So I would think you'll be ok... Mike- Do you think it is a good idea to have a bottle of that Diesel 911 on hand in the winter or not???? I was thinking about getting a bottle just in case... Thanks, Winslow

It always a good idea to CYA (Cover Your Arse) but as for me I've been going on nothing but 2 cycle oil and winterized #2 diesel for 8 years.... 8|

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