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Old 05-03-2006, 06:27 PM
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where can i get bio in socal

I live in seal beach/long beach, ca and i went to this site biodiesel.org that basically gave me phone numbers to places that sell bio but the closest ones seem to be large distributors. does anyone personally have a location around 90720 area code. lookin for b20.
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Did you try the biowillie web site?

http://www.wnbiodiesel.com

Don't know if the stations are any closer for you.
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I also live in Seal Beach and am interested in Bio-D. Someone told me that the closest place is in Santa Barbara but im not sure the name of the place. I also found this info on BioDiesel.org about Pinnacle Petroleum, Inc. Located on 1500 East Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste. F Seal Beach, CA 90740. I have never seen this place but I imagine it is near Inflight Surf Shop because of the address. BTW why do you only want to run B20? I would think with our weather you could run a more potent blend.
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i could run more potent but my trucks got 165 thousand on it and i hear that more potent blends play havic on rubber seals and old hoses. i think that place in seal beach is a distributor and seal in large ammounts but i could be wrong
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Anyone find any biodiesel retailers near Seal Beach?
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Hey, no one sells Bio-Diesel in Seal Beach. The closest place I have been to is ITL Spirit Truck Stop in Cudahy, just southeast of downtown Los Angeles and about (20 miles from Seal). They sell B20 and B99. Check out there link, they have availablity and pricing listed. http://www.ifuel.net/bio_diesel.htm I wish Bio-Diesel was more available near Seal Beach so I wouldn't have to drive so far.
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