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whats the best wvo conversion kit?

I have a 96 F350 crew cab, 4x4, long box, 7.3 powerstroke. Just turned 200,000. I want to convert it to run on wvo and was wondering if anyone on this site could let me know there opinions on what the best kit for doing this would be. I live in Northern Michigan so it needs to be geared for the cold winters. I found a guy that puts in kits using vegpower hardware, they seem like great systems but are currently more than I can afford. Is anyone running on wvo? any info is much appreciated.

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i just replied to your post in the biofuels section. DFA (Veggistroke) is hands down the best. but also one of the most expensive. a DIY kit is probably the easiest on the budget. ill be doing a DIY upgrade to my current setup, i expect the cost to stay under $900 minus the tank. are you pretty comfortable working on your truck? and do you know how the OBS fuel system works?


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