Ok, i've secured my supply of high quality used veggie oil. I've looked at the the kits from www.greasel.com and it looked a little costly, plus also a little permanant. So i figured, a little modification would work perfectly for my usage. 6 gallon standard red plastic fuel bottles are light, easy to carry, and easy to store. They are however, a little short on capacity for any distance driving. (averaging 16-22mpg, oyur range would be 96-132 miles). This is no problem for me, as I seem to need to take a break ususally after about 1.5 hrs anyways, so I could just stop, take a break, fill up the can, and keep moving. Tank design is even simpler. Using another fuel can, Simply remove the air vent hole cover. Enlarge to fit a section of tubing that will reach the bottom. (Or not exactly all the way to the bottom so that sedements could collect there. )Silicone seal it. Install another piece of tubing all the way at the top , and left hanging on the side (this is the breather tube) so it must be facing downward so water/rain cannot get into your tank. Heating the oil: So the big thing as far as everyone says about using strait veggie is that it must be pretty hot to be burned effectively. The best way to do this has been stated to be using the hot coolant lines. This however, does not appeal to me, as I would rather not touch or increase the amount of lines going to the coolant system. choices: electic in tank heater, or using the exhaust as a heater. Im thinking exhaust. Exhaust heat is substantially faster than coolant heat. (even though coolant heat is steadier later). Either way, a plummed long section of 3/8th copper tubing along the exhuast should provide more than adequate heat. Plumbing will then go to a holley blue pump to ensure adequate pumping, and then go through a cleanable racor, then through a 2-3 micron regular racor filter. Tank: <10 pump: 40 All tubing:20 Racor: cleanable: unknown, spin on, 50-80 dollars (ebay, boat stores) questions? comments? anyone?