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post #1 of 22 Old 02-06-2009, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
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veg. stroke or biodiesel

I was wondering if I buy a truck and keep it as long as it last would I be better off going veg,or bio-diesel. It is to my understanding that on the veg. stroke you just filter the wvo and then put it in and there is no extra cost is that correct. I know it cost a lot. I can always put the system on another truck right it is not a one time install is it. I just want the cheapest,easiest, way. I want to save money even if it isn't saved tomorrow. I do not want to depend on someone else for my fuel anymore.
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I would go Vegi. A nice chunk of change up front but I think worth it if you drive alot and have a good source of WVO

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go with a vegistroke kit. know someone who has one and they love it.

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You can move the system to different trucks no problem right,and how does it work exactly,I mean you just filter wvo and pop it in right.
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You can move the system to different trucks no problem right,and how does it work exactly,I mean you just filter wvo and pop it in right.
yes you can move it. Just filter/dewater your oil and use it.

I say get the vegistroke...i know someone who has one and he loves it (me)

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Mention my name when you order and you may get a discount.

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I wonder what an install cost?
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I also just cant spend a lot of money on diesel in the long run.
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They are around 1000 bucks but depends on the installer. There is a certified DFA installer there in TX...Pasadena i think.

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