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Old April 28th, 2013, 03:05 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Kodiak450r View Post
once you get it running good add some 2 stroke engine oil to the fuel. 1 pint per tank. i've heard from alot of diesel guys that the added lubricity helps the fuel injectors. ULSD is no where near as oily as the old diesel fuel, and can cause the injectors to bite the dust prematurely.
You are think in a vp or cp3 style system. The tractor has a rack and was designed to run ULSD. Juanita injectors are picky sons of bitches, a rebuild and pop is more than buying new ones. I would highly suggest not using 2 stroke oil instead using an additive that is designed specifically for that application and adds more lubricity than 2 stroke oil. Another issue is ash vs ash less which you didn't even mention. That a huge issue in a liquid cooled engine. The argument has always been cost of 2 stoke oil vs cost of a quality additive. In an application such as a tractor that point goes out the window.

Don't give shit advice based on your lack of knowledge on the topic. Thanks.
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