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Old 06-12-2008, 11:51 AM
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Bio diesel processor, Raleigh, NC

I am interested in building a bio-diesel processor in Raleigh, I am looking for some one local they has a processor that is complete, that I can take a glimpse at. I would really appreciate any help.
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Old 06-12-2008, 02:08 PM
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Grant is that really you??? Dave here..... remember Pleasants Ave.???
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Old 06-12-2008, 03:06 PM
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Whats going on Dave? This is me from cary. I have been scanning this forum for a couple month's now, very informative people around here.

I am trying to get a bio-diesel processor set up. You don't know anyone around here that has one do you?
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Grant I don't know anyone doing it around here. I have heard of some but don't know who they are. Hey why don't you buy my old lift and tires and say the hell with mileage....
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he came and checked out my system saturday, hopefully he'll go bio. I've saved several thousand $$$ the last few months.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:51 PM
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Ashley,

Thanks a lot for your help. Just picking your brain and seeing your processor really made since of all of the confusing advice/ideas that you read in forums. I am very interested in starting this process, I am just deciding exactly which unit I want to purchase. Again thank you very much for your help.

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Old 06-16-2008, 06:54 PM
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Dave, I drive a 95 PSD, I don't think the lifts are the same. What size lift do you have? I am looking about 2-3 in, just so I can have stiffer springs up front b/c of the TTB crap sagging.
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Grant it's a 6" left spring lift. it was made for the weight of a diesel so it was too stiff for my gasser. I know it fits 99-03 models. I have some 38.5x14.5x16 Xterrains with wheels too but I don't think they would fit yours. I up graded mine to a 10" SuperLift with 41" IROCKs. No it rides much better.
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Grant...I have a guy here in the office who's toyed with building a processor small enough to fit on his trailer and he lives in Morrisville. If you want to talk with him about it in details (Iknow he's been heavy into bio-diesel for a few years now), send me a message with contact info and I'll pass it on to him.

Ashley, being as you already have one together, would you mind if I forwarded your info on to him as well?

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go fer it, I'll change the world one diesel head at a time
Ok Ashley come to Lexington and convert my wagon to a diesel.
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they have a complete bio diesel processor over at the wake tech automotive campus. i live in apex and went through their automotive program.
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