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Anyone in Cali have used deep fryer oil for me?

Discussion in '1982-Present GM Diesel' started by Pookster, Aug 15, 2004.

  1. Pookster

    Pookster 1/2 ton status

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    I posted in the the pacific forum, but I think they think Im nuts. Need some fuel, cali diesel prices are sky high!
     
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    I posted in the the pacific forum, but I think they think Im nuts. Need some fuel, cali diesel prices are sky high!

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    So are you asking us if we have it?
    Are you in Cali?
    Can't you get it from the fast food places?
    Yeah tell me about it, Diesel at 230 a gallon is outrageous.
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  3. Pookster

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    Acutally, My buddy and I DROVE to cali from NYC.

    So yes, now I am here, we're paying 2.19 for diesel. But finding used vegetable oil has been a problem- Actually, its rather hard to find. We managed to find a weinerschnitzle who did agree to let us use their oil, but their oil turned hard- Shortning is not preferred.

    If you've seen my other post, I've been running veggie for about 6 months without any problems- we drove the first 600 miles on vegetable (it was acutally Soybean liquid shortning), and it runs just peachy on it.

    Here, they all dump their fryer oil with their lard grease trap, and make it disgusting to get out.
     
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    There's a place here in Ventura that sells the soybean Bio. Only about $3.75/gallon if that makes you feel any better.
     
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    And why in my right mind will I spend 1.50 more per gallon?

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