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Old 09-01-2006, 10:58 AM
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Arrow What do the 2007 emissions regulations mean for the future of diesel?

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What do the 2007 emissions regulations mean for the future of diesel?

[FONT=Verdana]Reducing emissions components found in diesel exhaust is not without its share of engineering challenges and increased cost. While some fear for the future of the light-truck diesel market, we here at The Diesel Page remain optimistic - in fact, confident that the current trend in light-truck diesel usage will continue. Go here to find out what we
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Excellent article Jim. Thanks a bunch.

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