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Old 11-20-2005, 09:50 PM
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Pump biodiesel in eastern Tennessee

Hey all. I'm going to North Carolina for turkey day this year, and would like to run bio on the trip if I can. Anybody recommend a good place between Nashville and Knoxville, preferrably something close to I-40? Or from there along I-81 up to Bristol?

I've used the dealer locator links, but since I'm unfamiliar with the area the street addresses don't do me much good for the places listed in downtown Nashville and Knoxville.

Any local boys out there that can hook me up?
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