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 10-17-2004, 19:44 Post: 98593
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My brother in law told me it is ok to substitute home heating oil for diesel fuel. hs said theyare the same THING. He is a certified gm line technicion . is this ok to do? would it affect my warranty?






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 10-17-2004, 20:37 Post: 98601
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Why choose it over diesel ?

There have been lots of post about fuel on this board.
Check out some of the other forum topics.






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 10-17-2004, 21:13 Post: 98603
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Why not just go buy some off road/ag diesel and fill up a number of 5 gallon fuel cans and put what belongs in the machine. Is your brother inlaw going to pay for whatever if any warranty issues arise if a fuel related problem should occur? You may save $100 over the life of the machine or while you own it. Most diesel fuel injection pumps start at around $800 to $1,000 and go up from there.






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 10-17-2004, 21:45 Post: 98605
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We were at the cabin and ran out of diesel fuel. it was either go 45 miles for a couple more gallons to finish the project at hand or the heating oil. By the way i did go get diesel fuel, i just wanted to know if the heating fuel is compatable as he said.






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 10-18-2004, 06:16 Post: 98608
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i used home heated oil many times in my former tractor & had no problems at all. The red die is harmless.






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 10-18-2004, 06:20 Post: 98610
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That's all the big excavation companies use in their large machines. They get a home heating oil company to some to their job sites & fill their equipment up once a week or so.






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 10-18-2004, 08:18 Post: 98620
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Why not just use ag diesel which is what belongs in the machine and save 40 to 50 cents a gallon in sales tax?






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 10-18-2004, 08:26 Post: 98621
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That's all the big excavation companies use in their large machines.
1*They get a home heating oil company to come to their job sites & fill their equipment up once a week or so.
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This is probably ag diesel not home heating heating oil.
Just because it's delivered by a home heating oil company don't mean it's home heating oil.






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 10-18-2004, 08:36 Post: 98623
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Next time i am on a job site & see the oil truck filling the machines, I will ask him. It could happen today.






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 10-18-2004, 09:51 Post: 98629
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I'm running heating oil with power service gray bottle, no problems.. Without the cetane boot in the power service, the heating oil was not as powerful. Once I boosted the cetane it was fine.. There was some discussion of this topic in a thread called kerosene, and many more..






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