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Wvo 7.3 conversion help needed

My 95 f350 has fuel lines and a valve from the previous owner that had a tank in the bed. I wanna start running a poor mans wvo system. I'm thinking a steel 55 gallon drum in the bed with 2 heaters on it. 1 120 v heater and a 12v heater. Also use an outboard motor inline spin on filter. Would this setup work ok? I'll be running diesel on startup and shutdown and oil once warmed up.
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You won't get the oil anywhere near hot enough with that setup and you'll damage your expensive motor. You can DIY a good coolant-heated 2-tank system if you don't want to go with a kit like the Vegistroke. More info and help available here: DIY WVO Components - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum. Also, use an aluminum tank. Steel reacts with veg oil and polymerizes it, causing a chicken skin to form. This will fluff off and clog your fuel lines, eventually making its way to your injectors, etc.
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