Can we use off road diesel in our rigs? I have a 2025r. The red diesel. It's much cheaper, so just looking to clarify as the sticker states low sulfur diesel.
Same here. I bought a 300 gallon gravity feed tank and had it filled with 200 gallons of red (offroad) diesel. Makes it so much easier to feed my machines over a jug. They filled it when prices were way down - I think maybe a buck sixty a gallon or something like that.I buy 200 gallons of the off road diesel at a time and have it delivered. Red dye and all. The only difference is the red dye to differentiate between off road and on road. You don't want to be caught by the DOT guys with red dye fuel in your on road vehicle. Very expensive.
Folks around here line up with their jerry cans at the dyed diesel pumps in the Fall to fill up their home heating tanks. I've been told that the dyed diesel is a LOT cheaper than having heating oil delivered to their homes.Off-road diesel (red dye) = home heating oil. If you want to buy in bulk but can't find a gas station with an off-road pump, call your local heating oil sales. All diesel in the US, including heating oil, is at least "low sulfur". I had almost 500 gallons of heating oil in my tank when my oil furnace crapped out and I switched to a heat pump. I ran the heating oil in my X748 for ten years without any problems.
Maybe the heating oil dealers charge a delivery fee? Mine did, too for quantities less than 150 gallons, but if I filled my tank (550 gallon, usually had about 75-100 gallons in it when I'd have it filled), there was no delivery fee. Right now, a station about a mile from me has an untaxed diesel pump and it's usually $.40-.45/gallon less than taxed fuel.Folks around here line up with their jerry cans at the dyed diesel pumps in the Fall to fill up their home heating tanks. I've been told that the dyed diesel is a LOT cheaper than having heating oil delivered to their homes.
I think you are running low on coffee.Most tractors should be able to do off road. Mine does of course but most tractors are known for off road works. Driving through mud and such that a regular car wouldn't be able to. Don't forget to clean your tractor if you do get a lot of mud on it. Better operation and less engine problems will occur on you.