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Old 11-22-2012, 12:33 PM
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Originally Posted by DZLMAN View Post
Hi and welcome, as far as I know fuel standards are the same US or Canada, price varies, generally in Canada its more expensive. Refining standards for Ultra low sulphur diesel north america wide is the same. For extra peace of mind, I'd put Shell's Ultra Diesel or Husky's Diesel Max when in Canada, these 2 have a mix of helpful additives already added on.
I grew up in Wenatchee, learned to ski at Mission Ridge...

I wouldn't worry; the fuel you get in BC either comes from the Husky refinery in Burnaby, or the Chevron in Prince George - both probably have the same anti-gell ingredients. And they're probably the same you get in Wenatchee (which might get diesel from Spokane/Billings - not sure.) Battery is going to be the gating factor - make sure it's in good shape. You'll probably notice a pause after you hit the start button while the glow plugs heat up.
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