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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-17-2019, 08:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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XDP fuel additive

The fuel I buy is already winterized. Never had a problem with it gelling. I have both the XDP power plus and the polar D. Should I add more winterizing with the Polar D or just run the power +?
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The fuel I buy is already winterized. Never had a problem with it gelling. I have both the XDP power plus and the polar D. Should I add more winterizing with the Polar D or just run the power +?
There are a few variables such as where you live and the outside temperature.

If you live in a northern climate with extremely cold winters, you should probably consider switching over to Polar D as the temperatures approach the freezing point. Make sure to increase the amount of Polar D as the temps drop down even further. Also remember to add it before pumping your fuel. This will help ensure a good mixture throughout the fuel.

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Thanks for the reply. I live in Eastern Oregon where winter temps average in the 20-30's with times getting much colder. Sounds like a should probably just run the Polar D.
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Thanks for the reply. I live in Eastern Oregon where winter temps average in the 20-30's with times getting much colder. Sounds like a should probably just run the Polar D.
Since you are in Oregon, switching over to Polar-D in the winter is a good idea.

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