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Old 03-12-2008, 09:27 PM
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why no PARTIONALY HYDROGENATED VEGIE OIL?

I know not to use it but why, will it damage the truck? even if you process it? and can it react with methoxide?


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If your BLENDING it will seperate more readily. It can be used to make bio just fine tho.
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What about in a Vegistroke based WVO system? I know hydrogenated oil is really bad for our body....but for the truck after it's reached operating temperature?
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