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Old 09-02-2005, 03:55 PM
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any of you stl people brew biodiesel or have a freind that does?

I got a yahoo page from a person named girl mark( very active person on biodiesel in california) to get more ideals on biodiesel it been a week and no responce from these guy's I live 2 hous not like I'm going to hoard in on there wvo supply
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gues not huh ... bummer
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I teach a unit on Biodiesel in my high school chemistry course. THe students end up making a sample batch that we then burn and test. It consistently burns cleaner than diesel. We end up discussing a little about the pro's and con's of diesel motors. I am currently in the market for a good used diesel automobile(not necessarily a truck) so if you have any leads...
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I've been looking for a 4cycl for a while I got 2 v-8 diesel if you wan ta small car they are harder to find but the 84 up 6.9 are fairley easy to find watch out for the chevy 5.7 and 6.2 diesels they are problematic...
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