Ralph Day wrote: »
Are you sure that purple is ''farm gas"? I remember purple being 110octane aviation gasoline, and the price would be astounding. Dyed diesel is red and equals furnace oil...hence the locks on farm fuel tanks. No more bulk tanks for school buses with my employer/company...too much consumption for the km's driven...folks were siphoning or pumping it out for furnace use.
Cariboocoot wrote: »
I've often found my trucks run better up North, where the air is thinner and dryer.