I've been reading the forums for a few days, and other forums, and I haven't been able to reach a consensus yet. So I guess I'll just share my plan and see how badly it gets shot down (or not).
We've been planning an early retirement for awhile now. Most financial planners would just have a stroke if they saw our numbers, but we're comfortable with them. It does, however, involve some sacrifices. Our budget analysis included a truck and a trailer, but the details have shifted a lot. We finally ended up looking at 3/4 ton diesels when we could no longer deny that it was necessary to pull any sort of decent trailer size. And then I got the brainstorm about biodiesel. Could save us money and help prevent wars. Unfortunately it looks like the biodiesel at the pump industry almost died this year. None of the local stations carry it any more.
Enter WVO! The wife has gone kinda nuts about this. She *really* got excited about the potential. So after a lot of research we ended up having to lower our truck standards a bit so we could afford the WVO kit prices! Any way, we now own a 1996 F350 4X4 crewcab longbed with 315,000 miles on it. The tranny was supposedly rebuilt a couple of years ago. Engine seems to run OK, dealer did a "27 point inspection" and found nothing major. So now for the question!
After researching all of the kits what I *want* to do is use one of the two stock tanks for diesel, the other for WVO. And since we won't have a home nor apartment I will need to collect and filter on the fly, so I'm thinking about a 3rd tank in the bed. The bed will be covered w/ a camper shell too.
Any way, I currently am leaning toward a PlantDrive system. I'd love a V3 but as far as I can tell it's about the most expensive one out there.
Any way, start shooting - I can take it!
EDIT: I guess I forgot the question part LOL
Which system do you recommend for my plans?
Is there a definitive answer to the idea of using stock tanks for WVO?