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Old 01-09-2007, 08:50 AM
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Crude oil and wvo mix

I have a friend who uses Crude oil and or 'drip tank gas' oil and mixes it with wvo from a restaurant that he filters .It doesn't separate and he's been using it for two years now,I'm waiting to see what goes wrong before I do it. What do you think?
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Old 01-09-2007, 08:56 AM
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I have a friend who uses Crude oil and or 'drip tank gas' oil and mixes it with wvo from a restaurant that he filters .It doesn't separate and he's been using it for two years now,I'm waiting to see what goes wrong before I do it. What do you think?
I would like to see what happens out at 200,000 miles, than at 400,000 miles.

With new diesel pickups selling for $40,000+ I'd want to KNOW that it won't kill my engine!

And I'll keep on saying: NOT IN MY DIESELS!!!

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I would like to see what happens out at 200,000 miles, than at 400,000 miles.

With new diesel pickups selling for $40,000+ I'd want to KNOW that it won't kill my engine!

And I'll keep on saying: NOT IN MY DIESELS!!!

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AGREED !!!!!

No sense in cutting the engines lifespan in half with some cheap fuel that will have unknown side effects.

A new T444e engine cost $10K.
At $2.50/gal thats 4000 gals of fuel I get 16MPG which means I can go 64,000 miles for the cost of an engine, thats 2 to 3 years worth of driving to save a few bucks.

Not worth it.
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$2.50?? Hell, I just paid $2.99 here in California, and that's on base where it's cheaper....
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$2.50?? Hell, I just paid $2.99 here in California, and that's on base where it's cheaper....
$2.89 here in Arlington Or, 50 miles west $3.07, 50 miles east $2.79

My shop $.58...............................cost of Methanol spiked last month
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I was guessing at the average national price.
I hate to brag but its only $2.29 here in Corpus Christi.
Y'all come on down.
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I paid 2.29 in West Memphis Friday, but its still not as cheap as the WVO my IDI burns! $0.00
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