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Old 03-13-2008, 07:52 AM
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I'am now running my 7.3 F350 on WVO

Hi Folks.
I have not posted for over three weeks now, But I have some great news for those who would like to get away from paying $ 3.89 a gallon for Diesel fuel. I just had a Vegistroke kit installed on my 03 F350 Dually and I can run 60 gallons of WVO anytime by just flipping a toggle switch.
This is NOT the first time I have ever tried running a diesel powered truck on WVO.
I had one installed on a 03 Dodge pickup with the cummins engine. I drove this truck from Hillsboro Or, to Southern Calif pulling a 35ft Jayco Designer 5th wheel trailer and I made most of this trip just using the Oil from the reserve tank mounted in the back of the truck bed. Go to: www.dinofuelalternatives.com and you will read & see for yourself about this fantastic system and the two great guys who designed and built this system.
I can honestly state that this Kit is the best on the market and it saves a LOT OF MONEY for anybody who wants to get away from paying out to the Foreign people who hate Americans in the first place. Just think of what they would have if we where able to JUST STOP BUYING there oil!!
I get my WVO for FREE from a dinning owner who loves our idea of being NON OIL dependent and he gives me on average, 3 to 4 five gallon Car-Boys of WVO per week. I just take it home to my garage and strain it and renove the water.
It is easy and fun.
If you are interested in more info from me,
POST to me and I will be glad to reply.
Have a good day: wmackenz
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Old 03-16-2008, 04:56 AM
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Not sure why the thread is LOCKED !!

I opened the thread titled " I'am now running my 7.3 F350 on WVO " and I'am new to the process so PLEASE excuse me if I made an error. I have noticed that this thread is LOCKED.
Can someone tell me what this means ?? How do I go about getting it to un-lock?? Been waiting for a reply form others and now this thread is locked.
Will others still be able to reply??
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The thread is NOT locked. Vegi-stroke is this forums sponsor.............
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If you are interested in this check out Frybrid as well. www.frybrid.com/forum/index.php
I have a 96 Dodge and a 200 F450 both running on WVO. Been done this over four years now.
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