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Old 11-25-2005, 07:28 PM
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How Much You Paying For Your Biodiesel?

How Much You Paying For Your Biodiesel?
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Old 11-25-2005, 07:56 PM
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Here in Phx. It is 3.84 a gallon; however, the state gives a 1.00 tax break so the seller keeps the tax break and gives you the rebate up front. Your cost 2.84 a gallon.
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Old 11-25-2005, 08:13 PM
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Damn, that is expensive!!! I am paying $2.59 for Texeco diesel. Are there any other tax breaks you are collecting on?
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Not running full Bio at the moment Running B20 its a blend Cost is a little more usually about .20 cents or so.

2.99 for the blended stuff here around Chicago.
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Old 11-25-2005, 08:44 PM
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You would think it would be cheaper. In Texas I hear diesel is as low as $2.39.
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"In Texas I hear diesel is as low as $2.39."

Most places are still at 2.99
A few have it for 2.59
and even fewer have it for 2.25

Luckily I live real close to one that has it for 2.25
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B20 and right now the cost is 2.79. Thats cheaper and more expensive then some places around here are selling premium diesel for. So I am paying the same but since Bio at a 20% mix boosts 65% more lub for injectors I no longer add additives.Eng runs smooth when cold starts.
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I just picked some up, cost me a case of beer.
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I just picked some up, cost me a case of beer.
Can't beat that price. Did you get it from FireRooster?
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Can't beat that price. Did you get it from FireRooster?
Hmmmm.....sorry, can't disclose my source.......I swore to secrecy. Have to kill ya thing.

But, I'm going to have to stop burning it as it is adding to my weight gain. Nothing smells better than the smell of onion rings, fench fries and shrimp tempura as I drive throughout the day. Driving me to eat more! ...hahaha......
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Old 11-26-2005, 12:06 PM
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Hmm, I might move back to Fountain Hills so when I do you have to give me the hook up HeatStroked.
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B100 was $3 per gallon last fall around here.

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B99 is $3.29 here in Portland. Wish it were more cost efective. Now that Dino is back down to 2.47 it's harder to want to use the bio.
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What I pay

I pay $0.95 to $1.10/Gallon, depending on the price of the matrials that I use to make Biodiesel myself. I get the oil free from the foreign restaurants and use the lye and Methanol from the hardware store and the race track respectivly. Smell depends on what the restaurants were making the day(s) that I collected
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I pay $0.95 to $1.10/Gallon, depending on the price of the matrials that I use to make Biodiesel myself. I get the oil free from the foreign restaurants and use the lye and Methanol from the hardware store and the race track respectivly. Smell depends on what the restaurants were making the day(s) that I collected
Depending on where you are, I guess you can add about $.50/gallon for taxes, making the price about $1.50 compared to dino diesel at the pump.
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