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Old 03-21-2007, 12:26 AM
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where do you get your bio diesel?

just wondering where you guys buy your bio diesel? I'm in south Denver and am looking for a station with it

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Old 03-21-2007, 08:26 AM
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The one place I know of in Metro is Sapps truck stop at I-70 and I-270 off of Quebec.
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Old 03-23-2007, 06:20 PM
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Thanks! It's to bad there arent more places around here
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Old 03-24-2007, 01:04 AM
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Agreed, I'd definitely buy it!!
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Shoco Oil on Brighton Blvd and 74th. Just filled up! Price was 3.10/gallon though.
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In Castle Rock Just off the Wilcox exit.
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East of 58th and Wadsworth. Hill oil.


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I checked out what I could find online and HOLY CR*P! $3.75/ gallon? Cheaper to stick with the regular stuff.
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In Castle Rock Just off the Wilcox exit.
Huh?? I live close to Castle Rock and all I can find there is E85 Ethanol - not going to put that in my truck. Am I missing something - where did you find BioDiesel in Castle Rock?
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The Western Conv off Wilcox had Bio for sale about six months ago, but I have not been down to CR since so I don't know if they still carry it.
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The Western Conv off Wilcox had Bio for sale about six months ago, but I have not been down to CR since so I don't know if they still carry it.
Wow you're right, at least according to nearbio.com. I'll check it out on my way through there on Thursday and let you know if they still have it.
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In Castle Rock Just off the Wilcox exit.
At the Western Convenience Store on Wilcox - called by last night and they do have bio-diesel. It's $3.26 a gallon and a little more expensive than regular diesel at other stations in Castle Rock.
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My question would be...is it worth it? I have about a half hour drive to Castlerock from home, but I will be going right through there tomorrow morning. I can either fill up at the local store for $3.15 a gallon, (10 cent discount), or wait til I get to Castlerock to fill up. Does it really make that much of a difference, (other than the environment benefits)?
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My question would be...is it worth it?
That's my question too - I think I will only be buying it when there is a price differential i.e. bio becomes cheaper than regular. It does smell better than regular diesel though
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That's my question too - I think I will only be buying it when there is a price differential i.e. bio becomes cheaper than regular. It does smell better than regular diesel though
It is supposed to make the truck run smoother and have better lubricating effects. But I just haven't heard from anyone if it does that enough or not. I don't mind paying extra, if the benefits are worth it.
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