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      01-01-2013, 07:36 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by DnA Diesel View Post
Cetane is less of a factor than lubricity. Canadian diesel must meet a maximum 460Ám wear scar rating. US diesel only has to meet a 520Ám maximum wear scar rating. I believe European diesel specifications allow only a maximum of 350Ám wear scar.

Smaller wear scar is better, meaning that on a test rig, the fuel with greater lubricity will result in a smaller scarring on the test surface.
Yeah, this is kind of what I was figuring without knowing the details. I wish there were any definitive testing of the effects of additives (I.e. diesel Kleen) on the wear scar indicators.


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Deed, what brand diesel were you mostly using? Or was the brand not that important to you when filling up?
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