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Old 03-24-2006, 11:43 AM
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How can I find BioDiesel?

I live in Louisville, KY. None of the gas stations or truck stops I have been to have bioDiesel. Currently the low price on regular diesel is $2.29 @ Miejer. The average is around $2.55.
Is BioDiesel clearly marked on the pump? How can I find B5, or B20? Do regular chains like Chevron or BP even sell the stuff?
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Old 03-24-2006, 04:06 PM
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Try this site. I'm not sure when it was last updated but its a start.

http://www.biodiesel.org/buyingbiodi...s/default.shtm
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They update as soon as the retailers inform them they are selling the biodiesel.
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Nothing close to me. There is a place across the state line into Indiana that is listed as a bulk seller. Perhaps I can buy 55 gal. drums of fuel there...

A 1997 Powerstoke can burn B20 without changing the fuel lines, right?
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You'll have to have approved containers for diesel. Also have to check into minimum you can purchase. Check to see if they have B100 and blend yourself. For B5 you will need 5 gallons of B100 and 95 gallons of diesel.
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Any Diesel can run up to B20 with no problem, anything higher needs new fuel lines.
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