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Old 02-08-2009, 11:13 AM   #15
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I just checked my 07 Ford powerstroke. A placard on the inside of the gas tank door states that either LS or ULS diesel is acceptable. Works for me.
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Old 02-08-2009, 01:57 PM   #16
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GM Approval of Stanadyne Performance Formula®
“Information on Diesel Fuel Additives”, GM Bulletin # 03-06-04-017; March 13, 2003
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Wingeezer,

Congrats on your new toys!

I deliver campers all over the US and have logged 467,000 miles in the past 4.5 years. You will have no trouble finding ULSD and by all means please do not use anything else in your particular truck. The fuel I prefer is Flying J which is used 99.9999% of the time in my truck and I have never had an issue with it, not saying it can't happen. Go to Flying J for current daily diesel prices at each Flying J location. One of the better features of Flying J is they cater to the RV'er by having an RV island with sewage dump which is separate from the car and truck islands and there is also dedicated RV parking. You can also apply for one of thier rewards cards and get a few pennies off each gallon of fuel.

Have a great trip!

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Wingeezer,

Congrats on your new toys!

I deliver campers all over the US and have logged 467,000 miles in the past 4.5 years. You will have no trouble finding ULSD and by all means please do not use anything else in your particular truck. The fuel I prefer is Flying J which is used 99.9999% of the time in my truck and I have never had an issue with it, not saying it can't happen. Go to Flying J for current daily diesel prices at each Flying J location. One of the better features of Flying J is they cater to the RV'er by having an RV island with sewage dump which is separate from the car and truck islands and there is also dedicated RV parking. You can also apply for one of thier rewards cards and get a few pennies off each gallon of fuel.

Have a great trip!

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Yep, we've been fans of Flying J ever since I took early retirement ten years ago and we started making these cross country RV trips. Their fuel prices always seem good, lots of room to move the trailer around, and a great convenience to get a short overnight snooze when travelling

We are never wiithout our FJ brochure in the truck! I also have many of them in my GPS so we can aim for them for an overnite stop!

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