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Re: Removing front wheel

Postby Rudi » Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:38 pm

Larry:

Are you close to that young lady who as a kid in school got all the restaurants, chip trucks etc., to donate their used cooking oil to the bio-diesel project? Saw that on CNN Heroes the other night.
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Re: Removing front wheel

Postby Buzzard Wing » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:52 am

Don't think so Rudi. My supplier has quite a network of restaurants that supply the 'waste cooking oil'. In the summer I run it straight (B100) in my IH 444 (7.3 Power Stroke), has a hint of fried clams and donuts in the exhaust. It sorta turns to pudding near freezing, so I pretty much use petro diesel in the winter. There is no 'road tax' in RI if it's made here, so it's more than $.30 a gallon cheaper. http://newportbiodiesel.com/

It is a very good cleaner, but will remove some paint and it didn't play well with the old cooler I used to wash the tranny parts.
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