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Old 08-29-2016, 05:57 PM
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It turns yellow and an orangish pinkish color depending on how much you mix.

They still know, it still smells worse, the dye makes the old shitty mechanical Detroit smell for that reason, and if they're unsure they can lab test the fuel.

Best two ways to get out of it,

I mixed 5 gal of used motor oil per 100 gal of fuel to turn it black. Then say you run an 20/80 waste oil mixture.

Second is don't run it.

If you farm or are around any type of farm stuff don't run it, you'll get caught.

If your truck looks like a mall crawler 9 times out of 10 you'll never get a second look.

I know guys that ran it for 100's of 1000's of miles and never got glimpsed at, seen guys run it a week and get popped.
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