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Greasel is a pretty well known company: http://www.greasel.com/Trucks.html
Have you looked into any of Fordnut74's stuff? He's a member on this site who makes his own conversion kits and installs them too. I'll try to get a site for you.
Oh yeah, no need for external tanks, heaters, and all that other garbage that always seems to break down with it's -30F outside.
I second making your own biodiesel. Making your own biodiesel seems a lot more practical then having to add all that extra equipment. With biodiesel, you don't have to worry about glycerine and water getting into your engine. Another advantage to making your own biodiesel is that you can use it in everything else that runs on diesel without any special modifications.
I was on ebay and looked up a web sight that I saw on the Spike TV show www.planetbiodiesel.com. They have a complete "kit" $2995.00. I odrered the DVD but most of the info is on the sight. Search Ebay for Biodiesel.
Your'e just jealous because the voices are talking to me.
Bio-diesel, Propane & Alternative Diesel Engine Fuels
10-14-2006 12:03 AM
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