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Old 02-27-2008, 05:19 PM
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bio color?

well today I made my monthly trip to get some bio and while filling I looked at the color and it is clear? usualy I pump out some honey colored stuff, oh ya im talking b-100 does the color really vary? I put a small amount in a clear bottle and threw it in the freezer and it froze in about 15 minutes so i guess its bio? I buy my bio at a retail pump that sells alot of it so im assuming its just a different base stock?
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i would think they just switch the feed stock. i have seen all different colors of bio anything from bright orange to green (hemp oil). you should be good if its a legit station.
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My local dot officer hates looking at my fuel because he cant tell if it is onroad mixed with offroad or bio.We have been running the bio in all of our trucks and have seen the color change often.
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