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Old 01-04-2011, 06:25 PM
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looking to make my own processor!

im looking to make my own processor and im very new at this. if someone would please help with me making my own processor and the recipe that they use i would greatly appreciate it. Because im in the same boat as everyone else and im tired of paying $4 a gallon for fuel.
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Prior post has links by fabman to lots of good info. Welcome to the forum. I run whats called a GL Eco-processor. Pics in gallery.
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im looking to make my own processor and im very new at this. if someone would please help with me making my own processor and the recipe that they use i would greatly appreciate it. Because im in the same boat as everyone else and im tired of paying $4 a gallon for fuel.
Just a word of advice before you get started with the processor. Get your WVO source/sources lined up first. Without their oil, you won't be going anywhere with this. When diesel goes up over $4/gal again (and it will), everyone and their mother will be on the alternative fuel bandwagon and WVO sources will be very difficult to obtain. As far as all the other stuff, Rushmore X has you pointed in the right direction.
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i have the wvo lined up because my family owns a grill so i can get it from there.. Im new to the site so sorry if i sound like a idiot but im not good at getting around and finding what yall are talking about, so a lil directions would be nice. Thanks!
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