Last year I had gelling problems, so this year I did everything "right." I used treated winter blend diesel (Howe's, using their recommended double dosage for low temps), block heater, transmission oil heater...had both running night (not that it has anything to do with the gelling, but still...).
The freakin' diesel still gelled and clogged up my filter. Changing the filter bought me 20 minutes to blow my driveway, but then it started dying again and I quickly put it away before it was fully clogged.
I mean...what do I have to do to keep this from happening?? Why are diesels such POS for cold temps?
Do I have to buy an X739 (gasoline!) with a blower as a backup?
What do you guys do?