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Old 11-01-2010, 08:23 AM
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I had a new church's chicken call me asking if could remove their oil for them..
I was dancing happy. Finally a large source of oil. All my others are just one cubie or or 2 buckets a week. They have a 300 gallon insulated vat outside that is hard plumbed and filtered.

Then I asked what kind of oil they used... Sigh... fully Hydro blocks... So i had to decline but thanked them for calling me.
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Old 11-01-2010, 08:40 AM
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Man, tough break dude.
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Old 11-01-2010, 09:08 AM
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dang man, id almost look for a way to make that work... what happens to fho when mixed with x% D2? i thought churches use pure oil too.

on a side note, i took a sample batch from a long john silvers a few years ago, it melted about 110* to 120*, so maybe a fair summer fuel...
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Old 11-01-2010, 10:56 AM
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Its a franchise Churchs, Couple of India guys running the place.

I think i will swing by and let them know if they decide to use clear oil I will take it, maybe even pay them $50 a month to switch.

They have 7 large fyers so im guessing 40-50 gallons a week

I wouldn't need anymore sources after that.
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Old 11-01-2010, 10:58 AM
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On a side note I just got email notification that my WVO Designs Monster pump (with the new Baldor motor) is on its way!!..
As i was typing the door bell rang and it was UPS with my hoses and camlocks for the pump.

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Old 11-01-2010, 11:44 AM
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very nice!
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With enough heat why not? I used cottonseed oil last winter which has a very high cloud point - it was basically margarine in my garage, I would bring the cubies in the house to get it gloppy/liquid enough to pour in my heated tank. Just a thought...
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Old 11-02-2010, 09:56 AM
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oil doenst pass through the back door wardens orders.
The warden inacted the law of "seperation of oil and house"
I have jeans and boots that i use to go into my workshop that i take off before coming in the house.
When the kitchen floor is dirty the kids clean it, when its oilly i have to clean it and the rest of the floors. And that is why i have kids, to do the house chores.
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oil doenst pass through the back door wardens orders.
The warden inacted the law of "seperation of oil and house"
I have jeans and boots that i use to go into my workshop that i take off before coming in the house.
When the kitchen floor is dirty the kids clean it, when its oilly i have to clean it and the rest of the floors. And that is why i have kids, to do the house chores.

Yeah, don't mess with momma, when mommas upset, no one else is happy either.
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Saw a CR ad for 3 -50 gallon barrels of vegie Free. Guy couldn't give much info because it was on the property when he bought it 3 months ago.. Drove 1hr 20 minutes. Popped the lids open and there was a charred chunk of wood in each??

Took a piece of pex and dipped it to sample. Top was defiantly good veggie didnt smell but bottom half was an orange tinted yogurt looking stuff. Smoker drippings maybe?
And two of them i stirred up the junk from the bottom and there were leaves..
The third i felt something strange. Pulled up a riding mower belt.

Needless to say I passed. Waste of 3 hrs and 12 gallons of fuel.
Now im at work with only 2 hrs sleep.
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