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Old 01-23-2019, 01:42 PM   #31
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I know the L5p uses a lot more Def then my MIL. The inside gage is suppose to be improved over the LML.i was told at 30% add 5 gallons I haven't
been there. I have though about trying that . I came up with a sheet metal and wood inside support I made . The plastic top from inside a old ice chest perfect fit for 5 gallons of DEF. There easy to fill from any truck stop. Def will last 2 years mild weather from Google search high tempture is much worse then freezing.
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Old 04-12-2019, 06:33 PM   #32
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I know the L5p uses a lot more Def then my MIL. The inside gage is suppose to be improved over the LML.i was told at 30% add 5 gallons I haven't
been there. I have though about trying that . I came up with a sheet metal and wood inside support I made . The plastic top from inside a old ice chest perfect fit for 5 gallons of DEF. There easy to fill from any truck stop. Def will last 2 years mild weather from Google search high tempture is much worse then freezing.
I have been hauling 5 gallons of Def attached containment at the back of my Anderson hitch . I had filled the Def befor leaving on my Az trip 3900 miles later I get message low Def fluid 30%. I added 4 1/2 gallons to fill the 7 1/2 gallon tank. That's averaging 866 miles gallon . 2000 was towing heavy .
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Old 04-12-2019, 07:12 PM   #33
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The spout on the jugs have a small rubber vent tube in them, while filling if you want to stop the flow simply place your finger over the tube, all you may lose is what's in the spout if you pull out to quickly, put the plug back in & rinse off what spilled with a water hose.
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Old 04-13-2019, 04:28 AM   #34
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I like the duramax fill system the container lays down under the hood as I start tilting the jug insert the tube in and fill it by gravity it will stop when full . The same principle as gravity feed fuel transfer tank, if the jug is lifted and try forcing more fluid from the continue it flow out into the over flow funnel onto the ground through a hose .
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