Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Loveland, CO, 80537
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Do you need a fuel heater?
You don't say where you live or drive.
If you ever drive in the cold and you don't mind sitting on the side of the road waiting for the filter to un-gel, then no you don't need the fuel heater.
Hawgman, I had a kenworth gel up just north of Houston one-time, you might want to reconsider not needing a fuel heater. Same trip in the same truck also gelled up in southern Mississippi, the Florida pan-handle, Tennessee and Oklahoma. It was a cold trip.
Red 86 F250 Supercab XLT: Longbed, 6.9l, 4 speed with DNE-2 Overdrive, 2WD, 10.25 Sterling 4:11, Reclining Highback Captains chairs with arm-rest, Holly Red pump, push-button glowplugs, Racor 645 water separator with fuel heater, K&N Air Filter, Headlight Relay Upgrade, Fog Lights, lots of extra lights, Isspro EV series: Pyro, Oil Pressure, and Voltage in a Autometer 3 pod A-pillar. Bulldog Security System with remote entry. Offset Mirror Upgrade, Remote lube TOB. Road Watch System coming soon. PB PS PW PDL CC AC IW
BOOB man - Brotherhood of Oil Burners
1995 Toyota Camry DX: 2.2L, Bolt-action 5-speed, AC, PS, PB, CC.
135,016 miles: Rear-ended and totaled by an uninsured kid having a temper-tantrum
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1999 Rav4 AWD 5-speed, AC, PS, PB, CC, Sunroof.