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Old 07-25-2005, 12:03 PM
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Propan coversion

what would it cost to do a propane conversion on a 97 f150. with gas prices in oklahoma 2.17 and propan about 1.20 and the truck driving 600 miles a week or more about 120 miles a day at about 10mpg, at 300 dollars worth of gas a week. currently my parents are car pulling, but in about 3 weeks is start school again and my bus stop is 6 miles from my house. so the truck will be driven to work again.
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ahhh dang, i spelt propane wrong dang it wont let me change the title
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