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When we mixed in engine oil to the fuel back when I was in the Marines, we mixed it with gasoline not diesel. That way you had a mixture more like diesel in the end.M35a2 I mixed 3 gallons of oil to about 25 gallons of diesel now I have a stuttering problem while driving lack of power and rpms max out at 20 instead of the usual 26 any ideas
Please punctuate...I read trhis 4 times before understanding the idiom.Thank you didn't know if I may have over mixed after I did some reading on here some are running way more then I am
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I'm still debating whether to buy a "centrifuge" for all my used oil or not. A good centrifuge can remove almost all the small micro-particles of metal that can ruin a injection pump or the injectors. It's just the initial cost. I've found a really good centrifuge that can remove the particles will run about $5,000.00 . I can buy quite a bit of diesel with that. Then again, once you have the centrifuge you can process all your old oil forever ! or until you die. Which ever comes first. That can add up to quite a bit of money !For years I ran used oil in mine. Yes it may have ruined some injectors and maybe the injection pump, but the money I saved was MANY times more than what I spent on replacement parts.
I did make sure it was filtered before it went in my tank, not sure what others are doing, but it has been way more economical for me in the long run.
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