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That may take awhile, and a much bigger processor...
Funny you should say that. I'm thinking about building a larger processor (same as the Fabman Deluxe). I have noticed it takes just as long to produce 100 or 200 gallons as 40. (duh).
Wouldn't mind having one like Don's but then I would need a semi tractor to move it. One thing about Don. Bigger is better.
I haven't seen any new posts from him about any new accomplishments in the bio business. I think it's time for an update.
Good luck with the brewing, Trent.
93 F-250 7.3 Banks turbo, 3.5" exhaust 4" ram air K&N filter E40D 4.10. Pyro, boost, & tranny temp gauges. Tru Cool 28,000 GVW trans cooler. 100% BIO
Brewing's going to slow down, unfortunately both places we were gettting oil from went out of business within a month of each other. Not good when this happens during the tourist season here, say's alot about the ecomomy...
__________________ Trent - 2003 Excursion (Eddie Bauer) 4X4, 7.3, Hellvig antisway bar, 6637 intake mod, 4" MBRP w/ 5" tip, DP tuner, IH up-pipes, redhead steering box, 6.0 trans cooler, ISSPRO & Aeroforce gauges in A-pillar, Wicked Wheel, "Bullet Proof" Transmission rebuilt by Rapid Diesel, extra leaf spring added all around, more to follow! Gone BIO!!! 2002 TDI New Beetle - also likes Bio.
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