Thread: Seafoam advice
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Old 07-08-2012, 09:00 AM
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There should be directions listed right on the can of SeaFoam. I used it as a fuel stabilizer in my motorcycle with mixed results. It didn't do much for making the bike run any better....

Why would you need to change your plugs out at 43K miles? Why would you want SeaFoam when there is nothing wrong with the truck?

I'm not sure about the 11's, but I know my owner's manual recommends to NOT use additives, be it for fuel, oil, or anything else.


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