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Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Lewisburg, Pa
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Those "kits" are way to over priced. You can buy everything individually and build something better and cheaper. Bio can be made well even in the crudest of setups. 55 gallon drums make a very good processor instead of using the expensive plastic conebottom tanks.
What made you choose bio? The other guys are right that wvo will be a better idea especially if you do long drives often but If you only drive a few miles than bio is a better bet. If you've got other diesel equipment you need fuel for I'd also stick with bio.
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