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Anyone have a "how to make homemade biodiesel" link?

I am researching on how to make biodiesel (for myself), and I would like to know if there is an "all in one" resource on making homemade biodiesel.

I can get used oil, but I need to locate the equipment, locally if possible.

I know there are people here running "home brew", so can you pass on some information and know how to this subject?
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It is my understanding that site is riddled with bad info. Here are two sites I use for info
Welcome - Collaborative Biodiesel Tutorial Website
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here is another site with lots of reading, although they look down their nose at homebrewers. National Biodiesel Board - www.biodiesel.org - www.nbb.org

there is also a couple of books "Biodiesel America and From the fryer to the fuel tank" both are pretty good books..
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How about this book?

Biodiesel Homebrew Guide Book
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Biodiesel Homebrew Guide Book
Good book but the info in there is also mostly if not all on the Collaborative BD site.
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tjbeggs recomendation is the most complete web site for "how to".
It also has processor plans on the site.
Journey to forever is also good but doesn't get updated often
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tjbeggs recomendation is the most complete web site for "how to".
It also has processor plans on the site.
Journey to forever is also good but doesn't get updated often
I am so used to using a manual/book to do what I need to do, and I seem to feel more comfortable with a book next to me as I go.
I guess I can print the pages that I need, but it seems to go against being "green"!
We'll see, 18 dollars for a book isn't that bad.

You guys will probably be seeing me around here everyday, anyone want to sell me their 7.3 liter Superduty?

Do you know if anyone is taking a chance and running B100 in the new 6.4?

What about B100 in a 6.0? I know a person running B100 in a 03/04 6.0, with occasional B20 use. Seem to be running okay.

The reason I ask is, 7.3s are rare here, but 6.0s are still available with somewhat lower mileage (I don't have a diesel - YET!)
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i put together a small how-to PDF a while back. It is basically a journal of my early stages of bio production w/ pics. Back when I was making 4 gallon batches.

PM me your email addy if you are interested.
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One of the most recognized homebrewers and authoress of a how to book is a lady that uses the screen name of Girl Mark.

Her web site is Biodiesel classes with Maria 'girl Mark' Alovert, summer-fall 2008

She also puts out a very good how to book that can be ordered on her web site
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One of the most recognized homebrewers and authoress of a how to book is a lady that uses the screen name of Girl Mark.

Her web site is Biodiesel classes with Maria 'girl Mark' Alovert, summer-fall 2008

She also puts out a very good how to book that can be ordered on her web site

yeah, it is a good idea to buy that book. I did and still refer to it a lot.
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I just bought the Biodiesel book from "girl Mark",

I still will be "bugging" you guys for information and guidance along the way.
Thanks everyone.
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so what happens if i just put it in my tank after filtering?
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so what happens if i just put it in my tank after filtering?
Not completely sure of your question. Do you mean unwashed, washed, or commercial biodiesel?
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I mean what happens if I just take the oil, put it throe a filter, and put it in the tank?
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