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Old 03-26-2010, 03:25 AM
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just the new guy checking in though this forum seems prety dead,
I run a 7.3idi which I just got done installing into an 87 f250 for my heavy hauling tasks and will be keeping an eye for ways to improve its feul milage/ reduce exxons profit margin by buying other feuls
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Welcome to the forum! You should have been here when the price of diesel was over 5 bucks, this place was hopping! lol.... Mostly just us hard cores left now.
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just the new guy checking in though this forum seems prety dead,
I run a 7.3idi which I just got done installing into an 87 f250 for my heavy hauling tasks and will be keeping an eye for ways to improve its feul milage/ reduce exxons profit margin by buying other feuls
Welcome. Yes, not too much activity here...............yet. If you are interested in alternative fuel, now is a good time to ramp up knowledge about it so when pump diesel goes up again, (and it will), you'll have other options.
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I'm still here, still making. Finally getting warm enough to run more than 30%. Might even be able to run near 100% when I go across the state on my days off. Have about 45 gallons to be washed and about 36 in the processor as we speak.
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