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  1. #41
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    Ford told me it didn't affect the warranty IF it's properly made...and when you go in for warranty work with bio you have 50-50 chance of a fuel sample being pulled. If my truck were under warranty I'd titerate every batch.

    The service mgr at the local Ford dealer told me, off the record, that bio is MUCH easier on the engine and extends engine life dramatically.

    BubbaBob

  2. #42
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    One of the problems with today's diesel fuels is that as they have removed sulphur from the fuel, the lubricity of the fuel has also decreased. This can be hard in injectors. The biodiesel is supposed to have very good lubricity which is very good for injectors and other engine parts.
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