GeneralUnleaded 87 vs Unleaded 88
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What's the difference? Is Unleaded 88 going to make my truck explode? It's $.30 cheaper then 87. I filled up with it today so GL me lol..

I'd have a longer post but my phone is being dumb and redirecting me to a website where I win $1000 lmao.. so sorry theirs not a lot of details
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What truck do you have? To my knowledge, if its 2001 older and/or flex fuel, it should be safe, but there's still some vehicles out there that aren't approved for Unleaded 88 (E15). I'd definitely do a quick search to see if your engine is able to use it.
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TehComicz wrote What truck do you have? To my knowledge, if its 2001 older and/or flex fuel, it should be safe, but there's still some vehicles out there that aren't approved for Unleaded 88 (E15). I'd definitely do a quick search to see if your engine is able to use it.



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You shouldn't run into any problems with either fuel. Ideally, you should use the fuel that the engine was built upon in the factory.
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