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Originally Posted by Nipperdog View Post
UCLA...................When the Smog Clears.

If I remember correctly Emission Control Devices installed on new Vehicles 1st began in Cal. Many years ago, then spread to the rest of the Country. My gripe is that the EPA put Emissions on Diesel Trucks, but have done nothing about the millions of Houses that burn Fuel Oil for heat, and have the same emissions pouring out of their Chimneys
I remember my father had to install a emission control device on my 55 Chevy in order to register it and that was in 1966. To think that I'm pissin and moaning because I have pay $148.00 to get my rags renewed in Washington state on my 2012 F350.
 
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Now you know I read that - see, our trucks are sucking this in:

"gasoline cars emitted on average 10 times more carbonaceous PM at 22C and 62 times more at -7C compared to diesel cars,"

and spitting out air that has a SL less carbonaceous - umm probably won't be connecting a hose and gas mask to my tail pipe and then sticking it to my face.
 
 
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