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    Exxon Synergy Diesel Efficient - Too Much Stuff?

    Needed to stop by a regular gas station for some diesel fuel. Exxon has "improved" what they have at the pump branding it as "Exxon Synergy Diesel Efficient" with better mileage and other wonderful properties . The question I have is if it is OK for on the road vehicles, do you think everything should be OK for a farm tractor besides the fact I'm paying the road tax? I went to the EXXON site and no word about farm/construction equipment.
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    Anything you can burn in road going vehicles will be more than fine for your diesel powered off-road equipment to include your tractor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Anything you can burn in road going vehicles will be more than fine for your diesel powered off-road equipment to include your tractor.
    Just be careful if it's Bio Diesel. Certain Type of BIO Diesel Yanmar does not recommend for use in there engines. I can't use the Bio Diesel Blend That is In use around me
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    Great point! Bio-Diesel is not approved for all road-going vehicles or a lot of tractors and other off-road equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Great point! Bio-Diesel is not approved for all road-going vehicles or a lot of tractors and other off-road equipment.
    The Yanmar's Can Use B20 Bio Diesel But around me Most of the Pumps Have a Mixture of B5 with B20 I hate it we Use to Have regular Diesel 1 & 2 all around My area Now every Pump Is Just about a BIO diesel Mixture Have to drive about 10 to 15 Miles to Get real Diesel But what do You expect from a State where our Former Governors Make Your License Plate's In Prison
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant View Post
    The Yanmar's Can Use B20 Bio Diesel But around me Most of the Pumps Have a Mixture of B5 with B20 I hate it we Use to Have regular Diesel 1 & 2 all around My area Now every Pump Is Just about a BIO diesel Mixture Have to drive about 10 to 15 Miles to Get real Diesel But what do You expect from a State where our Former Governors Make Your License Plate's In Prison
    That's not funny, your license plates must really suck.

    I thought Rod was in a Federal prison. They just make food and do laundry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    That's not funny, your license plates must really suck.

    I thought Rod was in a Federal prison. They just make food and do laundry.
    Yeah He is in Federal Prison

    But On the welcome to IL sigh it Usually has the Governors Name

    I think it should say
    Welcome to Illinois
    Where Your Governors Make You License Plate's

    Actually the license plates our Not Prison Made anymore

    We Have Had 4 Past Governors end up In federal Prison
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    Casey's carry's #2, all year round, in my town. Isn't there a Casey's in Big Rock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRG View Post
    Casey's carry's #2, all year round, in my town. Isn't there a Casey's in Big Rock?
    Yeah Big rock is further than Elburn I Live In Wayne now Use to Live In Elburn But the wife Like's Wayne and I want to go back to Elburn
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    That's not funny, your license plates must really suck.

    I thought Rod was in a Federal prison. They just make food and do laundry.

    Well, Iowa is right with you plates made in state prison. Look at the signs on the pumps really close all of the Caseys around me just sell the Boi diesel.

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