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Depends on your fuel pump. Bosh yes Lucus no. But if you do you must add mineral engine oil Not syn oil. It lubricates your fuel pump. Synthetic oil doesnt burn. Add about 0.7 ltr for every 25ltr of heating fuel

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It's all the Frozen North. Bubba, Southern by birth an' choice.

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Mix Kerosene with #2 Heating Oil?

Yes. In fact, in colder climates kerosene is mixed into #2 fuel oil at a 1:1 ratio to prevent gelling in fuel oil tanks that are outside. Kerosene produces less BTUs per gallon, but if you already have it sitting there, it's still a net gain and a savings versus having to dispose of it.

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