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Old 10-12-2005, 10:33 AM
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Bio for sale in Northern AZ?

Hello, I live in Flagstaff and was wondering if there is anyone in the area that sells bio. I would like to buy it commercially at this point, for my '02 F350. The truck is just too important to have to worry about running a homemade brew. Thanks for the help...
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The only place that sells it in Arizona down by me. It runs about 25 to 45 cent more right now. I just cant remember the place. I talked to the purchasing agent 2 months ago and they are preparing huge takes so they can rail car it in and sell it a little cheaper. I just purchased the chemicals to make my own and have 4 trucks to test my final brew on. I go through flagtown about 8 times a month if im busy and always when im coming home. I could give you a gallon to look at when I get my bottom in gear and make it. Troy
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I just called the guy here in Tucson who sells biodiesel B20 and B100,(He called it B99), they get 3.15 a gallon for B20, and 2.80 a gallon for B100. That makes the B100 about .10 cheaper than regular diesel.
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hmmmm

Im going through tucson today. Can you give me the info and I will go buy at least 85 gallons today..thanks...Today is Sat if you check this late.
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Im going through tucson today. Can you give me the info and I will go buy at least 85 gallons today..thanks...Today is Sat if you check this late.
The place is called Arizona fuels, and it is located at 1015 S. Cherry.

Let me know how you make out.
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arizona fuels

cant find that biz listed. Need a phone number for that location
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cant find that biz listed. Need a phone number for that location
520-623-4721

And the name was Arizona Petroleum Products, not Arizona fuels.
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thank you, on my way out of town now. 1400plus to go till battonrouge..
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Hello, I live in Flagstaff and was wondering if there is anyone in the area that sells bio. I would like to buy it commercially at this point, for my '02 F350. The truck is just too important to have to worry about running a homemade brew. Thanks for the help...

I found this place in Prescott...


Total Energy Products

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