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Old 11-28-2011, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Penguin View Post
During a trip in Nebraska, I found three stations in a row that had standard gasoline sized nozzles on their diesel pumps. No idea why... I wonder if perhaps older pickups with diesel engines had gasoline sized fillers? One was Amoco, and two were Shell stations, so it's not like they were small local independent stations.
I run into that all the time with my truck. I would say unless its a truck stop, the nozzles tend to be gasoline sized. Does this cause a problem when filling?

I'm getting ready to order my first BMW (X5d) and want to make sure I won't have any issues filling it up :o

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