Ok all ya'll whiz folks.. If there is 300 gal of fule to be treated and you have 96 oz of additive that will treat it. How many oz of the treatment will be need ta treat 10 gal? My no good at math How bout it Bowman?

Let see, 300 gallons is 38400 oz 38400/96 = 400 So I think that would be 1 oz of treatment for every 400 oz of fuel or 3.13 gallons I think I did that right.

Thanks fellars fer this advice as I am gonna be adding ta tha desil fule. Never really knew just chuged in some. Smokes

What engine do you have and what addative are you using. The formula for a passenger vehicle is different.

Man, I didn't see that one coming:doh: Let me clarify; my job revolves around math, I use it constantly every day. Formulas are second nature. There, that should do it:biggrin1: Holy Smokes, Octane boost is something you do NOT want to use in a diesel. You want a cetane booster, such as Howes, or Power Service. I suspect PS is what you have, as it will treat 300 gallons of fuel (for a class 8 truck/semi). I use both brands in my cummins, but use 1 ounce for 2 gallons (approximately) and it keeps the engine smooth and quite. The new Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel fuel sucks, and does not lube the fueling system very well, so it is wise to add something extra. Michael

So what does doing formulas have to do with his socks? OR do you need his toes to assist in your formulas... I'm all confused now. :noidea:

You are killing me!:doh: His socks or feet have nothing to do with my job. I use MATH, not feet or socks to do my job. I must be too tired tonight. I am getting caught on this stuff way too easily.

I'm half Amish and pump septic tanks dry for a living. Maybe you should try using your toes for counting at work