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Old 07-21-2016, 09:04 AM   #15
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google maps to locate fueling stations. utilize the satellite view to see what the parking lot looks like.

And honestly a f-150 with a 25ft rig you should be able to get into a 7-11 parking lot.
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Old 08-05-2016, 12:13 PM   #16
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Diesel P/U trucks don't have the size of filler to allow the high flow rate nozzle , you may be able to fill the AUX tank but not the factory, in the truck lanes.
Interesting. We have NEVER had a problem using the truck fueling lanes at truck stops to fill our diesel P/U. (other than not being able to pay at pump)

I snicker when I see a diesel P/U towing an RV trying to get to the regular pumps at truck stop. (Yes, they could be filling RV fuel station)

Now, I would suspect there would be a problem with filling a diesel passenger car at the truck lanes.
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Interesting. We have NEVER had a problem using the truck fueling lanes at truck stops to fill our diesel P/U. (other than not being able to pay at pump)

I snicker when I see a diesel P/U towing an RV trying to get to the regular pumps at truck stop. (Yes, they could be filling RV fuel station)

Now, I would suspect there would be a problem with filling a diesel passenger car at the truck lanes.
I have a 2013 Ram 3500 DRW diesel and I fill up at the truck lanes all the time, not sure what size fill hole the other makes have but I can use the big nozzles just fine, and if I use my Rewards card at Pilot/Flying J I get 3 cent a gallon discount and can pay at the pump.
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Old 08-10-2016, 10:33 AM   #18
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Fuel Stops

Thanks for all the help I use reg. gas in my F-150
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Old 08-11-2016, 04:29 AM   #19
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Diesel P/U trucks don't have the size of filler to allow the high flow rate nozzle , you may be able to fill the AUX tank but not the factory, in the truck lanes.
My 04 GMC had the larger fuel filler opening for the big boy pumps, and as far as I know, all makes have had the larger opening since around that time.
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My 04 GMC had the larger fuel filler opening for the big boy pumps, and as far as I know, all makes have had the larger opening since around that time.
2011 6.7, F350 Dually and it won't take the larger nozzle.
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2011 6.7, F350 Dually and it won't take the larger nozzle.
Interesting, I wonder if the newer Fords take the larger nozzle.
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I have a 2012 6.7 drw and it takes the large nozzles
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