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    Thread: Regional BioDiesel Availability

    1. Global Moderator David@vwvortex's Avatar
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      09-05-2005 10:06 AM #1
      Help another soothead out in your area and post up where you've found BioDiesel in your area.

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      09-05-2005 12:22 PM #2
      San Diego, California:
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=2166297
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      09-05-2005 01:26 PM #3
      REC in Providence RI.
      Burke Oil in Chelsea, MA
      Loud Fuel in Falmouth, MA


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    4. 09-05-2005 05:56 PM #4
      it in arlington va now

    5. 09-05-2005 06:52 PM #5
      This list has most BD stations in the US:
      http://www.biodiesel.org/buyin....shtm
      My nearest source AFAIK is in the Dallas / Ft. Worth Texas area.
      http://www.DFWbiodiesel.com

    6. 09-06-2005 02:18 AM #6
      Hmmm, closest one by me is 48 miles away in Somerville, and it's been like that for the past two years or so. I'll be doing some more waiting for it to spread to my area.

    7. 09-06-2005 05:19 PM #7
      interstate 81 exit 217 at liberty gas station. right now biodiesel is $2.99 per gallon. across the street another gas station is selling dino-diesel for $2.75 per gallon. so I went with traditional diesel.

    8. 09-10-2005 02:15 AM #8
      Willie Fuel Locations...Currently in Ca, Tx and SC....
      http://www.wnbiodiesel.com/locations.html

    9. 09-12-2005 12:15 AM #9
      green car company in Kirkland, Wa..
      http://www.greencarco.com/

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      09-12-2005 07:44 PM #11
      B99 in Fife, WA near the Flying J truckstop
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      09-20-2005 07:50 AM #12
      BioDiesel in a PD? ok or not?

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      09-20-2005 11:34 AM #13
      Quote, originally posted by Lief »
      BioDiesel in a PD? ok or not?

      This really is going off topic, but I'll briefly say: There are people who've done it successfully for thousands of miles.
      If the fuel is good quality, I'm quite certain it's ok to run in a PD. There are issues with water and other impurities in improperly made BD, fouling up the high pressure unit injectors, moreso than with regular distributor pump diesels. I believe VW has issued a warning against BD even in Euro PD units, but I'm not sure on this. I'll let someone else chime in, but let's keep this on topic. Youre really better off resolving that question in another thread.

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      09-21-2005 12:11 PM #14
      Us DC area residents need to bring a B100 station to the area. Has anyone ever talked to the Pentagon people about doing so?

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      09-21-2005 11:06 PM #15
      Canada:
      Ontario and Ottawa regions:
      http://www.aboutbiodiesel.com
      Click Buying BioDiesel
      Also a good site for BD info


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      10-10-2005 12:10 AM #16
      Seattle Areas:
      *NEW* Seaport petrolium in south seattle, Off of 509 near the drawbridge over the duwamish. behind the building near the Shell bigrig pumps
      B-99 $3.16 a gallon 24hrs with CC.
      Lauralhurts oil *BEST PRICE IN SEATTLE* B99 $3.109 a gallon 24hr with CC
      NW Rip OFF** The Grange in issaquah. Same B-99 at a big feed store (so not that they rely on gas sales as only income $3.20 a gallon
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      10-11-2005 01:32 AM #17
      Quote, originally posted by NwRocco »
      Seattle Areas:
      *NEW* Seaport petrolium in south seattle, Off of 509 near the drawbridge over the duwamish. behind the building near the Shell bigrig pumps
      B-99 $3.16 a gallon 24hrs with CC.
      Lauralhurts oil *BEST PRICE IN SEATTLE* B99 $3.109 a gallon 24hr with CC
      NW Rip OFF** The Grange in issaquah. Same B-99 at a big feed store (so not that they rely on gas sales as only income $3.20 a gallon
      stay tuned, Seaport claims to be putting in 11 new locations soon. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]


      damn your lucky! I took a trip on 95 this weekend and called Taylor Oil, which has a B100 station on 95, and they were selling B100 for $3.96. Bull****!


      Modified by veedub11 at 12:05 PM 10-11-2005

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      10-11-2005 12:24 PM #18
      Yep, that's fantastic pricing. I pay 3.249 for B20.

    19. 10-15-2005 11:18 PM #19
      Omaha, NE.....Gretna, NE....Underwood, IA.....Council Bluffs, IA. are the places I noticed Bio Diesel.
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      10-16-2005 02:01 AM #20
      Quote, originally posted by courierboy »
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      for real!!!

    21. 10-28-2005 04:13 PM #21
      Hell If I had a TDI I would only pay .70/ gal for it and heres the reason why
      http://www.freedomfuelamerica.com/index.asp

    22. 10-28-2005 05:25 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by VdubbGolf »
      Hell If I had a TDI I would only pay .70/ gal for it and heres the reason why
      http://www.freedomfuelamerica.com/index.asp

      Save yourself about $2500 and go to http://www.b100supply.com . Same results with a much smaller investment.

    23. 11-02-2005 11:20 AM #23
      In MPLS there is a co-op. They will even deliver upto 40 gal by bike.
      http://www.tcbiodiesel.com

    24. 11-03-2005 01:18 PM #24
      Quote, originally posted by dmichael »
      In MPLS there is a co-op. They will even deliver upto 40 gal by bike.
      http://www.tcbiodiesel.com

      Thats ******* dope. I've been looking for a B100 place around here for days now. I think the thing to do for me was get a 50 gal drum and fill'er up. I live down in mankato, MN. so thats the best thing for me to do. That and support the co-op. Good stuff

    25. 11-07-2005 01:43 AM #25
      In Portland there's a few....I'm a bit partial to either the b20 at Jubitz or the b99 in Linton at the shell station......
      BTW- we pay $3.20/gal and dino-diesel (I like that) is as low as $2.75.....More for political reasons, and to be the smug hippie that I am...

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