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Old 10-23-2011, 02:22 AM
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The temperature actually depends on the blend of fuel and it's additives. Some fuels cloud point (Fuel starts appearing cloudy which is the formation of wax) can be as high as 20-40*F. It's hard to say what the cloud point of the fuel you use is but your stations usually start switching to a winter blend within the next few weeks. We have a 300 gallon fuel tank that has had "summer" blend thats hit -7*f with out starting to cloud.
Don't really know much about lift pumps though
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