View Full Version : John Deere Fuel Additive
04-04-2004, 02:09 PM
A very well respected diesel tech in my area suggested using a fuel additive in my truck. I told him I was using Howes, and he said I should be looking at something that has a better lubricity rating, like Stanadyne. Hard to find around here, and $spencey$. I noticed that the comparisons of different fuel additives shown on the Stanadyne site showed that the John Deere stuff tested out just as good as theirs. Another member told me they were the same thing. Went to the JD shop yesterday and the guy said yep, same stuff. Paid $42 cdn for enough to treat 32 tanks of fuel. Feel pretty good about it. Anybody want to buy a couple jugs of Howes cheap?:)
04-04-2004, 06:42 PM
John Deere's additive are made by Stanadyne. Have used both for almost 2 years now and there is no difference between them that I can tell anyways.
04-12-2004, 10:40 AM
If I remember correctly the comparison charts Stanadyne website were really, really old.. YOu may not be comparing apples to apples anymore..
This is to That Guy or anybody else. What are Lund Interceptors in stainless?
Waam Holland, Mich.
04-12-2004, 08:08 PM
How is Power Service? That's what I buy because it's easy to find. Maybe I'll stop up to the JD shop and see what I can get some additive for.
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