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Old 09-18-2006, 01:34 PM
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Hey Lesk, what would I need to convert my 83 6.9 to WVO? Ive looked on your site and plant drive but only found stuff for newer fords and mercedes. Id just like a list of things Id need to get before running WVO.
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Old 09-19-2006, 04:36 AM
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Looks like your in Tx so not sure you need all the same thing I use up north. But that engine will take one of our standard kits part # TTVTM. $679 + shipping.

You need a second tank, I think your truck comes with two and you need a good source of oil and away to filter it.
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Old 09-20-2006, 10:52 AM
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Yup Im from TEXAS. I do have two tanks, one in the front holds I think 13 gallons. The one in the back holds 20 I think, not exactly sure. The front would probably be my Pump Diesel tank, seeing how it is smaller and I would only need it to start and stop my engine. If I was to make a home made kit, money is a little tight so saving money is my first priority, which is the reason I want to switch. Do I need a seperate pump? in line filter or is filtering before putting it in the truck good enough? Also, what type of heaters do you recomend?
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Old 09-20-2006, 01:46 PM
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Yup Im from TEXAS. I do have two tanks, one in the front holds I think 13 gallons. The one in the back holds 20 I think, not exactly sure. The front would probably be my Pump Diesel tank, seeing how it is smaller and I would only need it to start and stop my engine. If I was to make a home made kit, money is a little tight so saving money is my first priority, which is the reason I want to switch. Do I need a seperate pump? in line filter or is filtering before putting it in the truck good enough? Also, what type of heaters do you recomend?
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Sorry dude. I pay $50 bucks a month to have my little logo up on this forum and be able to hock Plant Drive and my wares. So I'm not in much of a mood to help you design a home made kit. That would be kind of counter productive.

Use Google and you will find all the info you could ever want. Sorry if I'm being a richardhead.
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Old 09-20-2006, 03:23 PM
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thats fine, i understand
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