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Old 02-16-2008, 11:30 PM
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veggie oil

iv got almost a gallon ov veggie oil in my cubbord that is expired cause the old lady says we have to cook with canola or soybean oil now cause it has less saturated fat or somthing like that. so its sat there and now outta date, rather than thowing it away can i just dump it in my fuel tank?
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Sure it'll go in the tank. Will it run? Probably. Will it cost you a filter? Might.
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use the Dr. pepper method and make biodiesel from it.
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What is the Dr Pepper method? Sorry so stupid, but I have just started reading on this stuff.
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Look at this site for instructions:

http://www.biodieselcommunity.org/mainpage/

Select the "Making a small batch" link.
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Anybody useing a vegistroke? how is it working? Any recommendations?
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I've had the vegistroke for about 10 months now. I have version two, and a bug with the temp sender location was just solved. The new version is better in looks and performance the way it looks and what I've read from others. Vegistroke has a forum now to discuss with other owners. I'm pretty happy with mine.
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