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Old 10-01-2005, 10:53 AM
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VEGGIE DIESEL on 1999 and newer, anyone

Im looking for testimonals froms users that are using WVO on 1999 and newer PSD's. Anyone with good or bad effects, if so what,when,who, etc, happened?Please do tell the Forum. I have a 2000 and Im kicking around the idea of WVO or even SVO. But im looking for users out there first.

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This web site is very informative, I have learned some good things from this site.
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I read about a company in the local newspaper that has special systems for Powerstrokes 99 and up. There's also a forum on their website. Their name is Greasecar vegetable fuel systems. Hope this helps.
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I have 4000 WVO miles on my 05 PSD
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I have a 99 that I am starting to run Biodiesel in. I have only run 3 tanks thru so far. So I don't have enough info to say it will never cause a problem. But, a good friend of mine has been running it for 2 years in 97 powerstroke without problems that I can think of.
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Im leaning more and more to start using WVO in my 2000 PSD.
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That is a good truck to convert. Most kit providers have kits for the 7.3 2nd gen. You being in Florida also makes for a simpler conversion. No real freezing temps.

Find a source or two for WVO and your half way there.

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