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there is no greater freedom than brewing your own. those who havent tried it, i strongly urge you to do it. my truck runs so good and its super easy to do. middle fingers to the middle east!! :rockon:
 

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great to hear, must be great not paying 3 bucks ag allon for diesel. What is your cost?
 

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right now im at $0.53 a gallon. i got a good deal on 30 gallons of meth. we are anywhere from $2.59 to $2.99 around here for ultra low sulfer. its rediculous.
 

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:agreed:

:HappyMugs

Home brew is the only way. :Thumbup:
 

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been there still do that since 2002. :woot: :smoke :Thumbup:
 

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Yes, But if you live in a smaller town and a couple other guys are doing it also, well, you are pretty screwed as far as getting the oil...
 

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Happy to have another convert, both my Ford's love the stuff. Especially my old IDI
 

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gotta love it !
 

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Bio Diesel

Great info guys! Are you guys running 100% biod? Or a blend of #2 and Biod? I have all the stuff (I think) to start making the Homebrew. Can homebrew be run 100% in summer at least?

Any guidance suggestions?

2001 Excursion 7.3L
 

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B100 when above freezing, home brewed. Commercial B20 when too cold and I stock up my B100, but I also have SVO conversions done to both vehicles.
 

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Or you can buy it from retailers. www.biodiesel.org

I am too busy to make my own right now, so I take the fast route for the moment.

Tony
 
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