I do not.....however I seem to recall a thread on it, try a search in this the 6.0 area.
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Just something to consider.
Everything I have come across is that biodiesel blends are much more expensive.
2009 Explorer Eddie Bauer 4.0 V6 4X4.
2005 Nissan Xterra 4X4
2003 Ford F250 6.0 Powerstroke 4X4
1986 Ford Bronco 4X4
That is interesting because I know that Cummins, as well as a handfull of diesel engine manufacturers have said it's okay to run straight biodiesel. Do you have ballpark figures on cost per gallon? This is funny because everything I'VE read said it's the same cost if not cheaper. Maybe two differant groups of people pushing two differant agendas? ;-)
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