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Old 11-12-2006, 06:47 PM
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6.0 or 6.4 & Bio / Vegetable Oil

I recently ran into someone at a local 4x4 shop and he mentioned that they have been doing a number of conversions on diesels so that they could run on bio and/or vegetable oil. I am going to talk with them somemore this week but was wondering what you guys had to say about it. I am currently looking at purchasing a new 6.0 or 6.4.

Any info would be appreciated and any suggestions on what to ask the 4x4 shop.

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I know of no conversion needed to run BD.

To run VO successfully you need to heat it plus install a seperate tank to keep some #2 onboard for startup and shutdown.
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no of any needed conversion set up needed for Ford diesel. cpt kirk
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