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  1. Re: looking at converting my 2002 Landcruiser with 1HZ engine to WVO

    At risk of hijacking thread - (ill be brief) - the little ford courier is a great car, I am on my second now. I had a mazda B2500 (same car, same engine) but sold it last year to swap for the...
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    Re: Brisbane Supplies

    You can have as much as you like Jim! let me know when you are heading down this way and Ill put some aside for you. I generally make about 50 L of glycerine per week / fortnight, so I dont really...
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    Re: Getting together

    Mate I would love to come, but its just too far for me and I don't have a spare weekend im sorry. I agree that the scene has definitely changed over the years. The old heads on this site have...
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    Re: washing with heat

    Hi Alga,

    sounds like you have observed something pretty similar to me with the brown colour and floaties. interesting that they disappeared??? (key in spooky music).... :eek:

    Hey Jens - sorry...
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    Re: washing with heat

    Hi Mark,

    The floaties do not appear to be brown. they appear to be a whispy whitish. they are the same density as the body of the fuel, i.e. they do not sink or swim. they stay suspended nicely....
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    Re: washing with heat

    Hey Jens,

    do you mist and bubble or do you just jam in the water and belt it up with your brewer? it is interesting that you keep it heated.

    the things that really surprised me about the...
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    Re: washing with heat

    So I have been doing a little more reading and in particular it seems that the 'smash it to pieces' method of water washing seems very easy according to the journey to forever website. The only...
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    Re: washing with heat

    Well I decided to revive my train of thought on this one. I thought I would push the boundaries a little with the temperature, and found something very interesting (to me anyway).

    I put 100ml of...
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    Re: Green Way Up

    Thanks for the reminder of one of the most engaging and entertaining threads on the forum! I just re-read the thread, and loved it. I don't enjoy the angst at all, but gee it made an interesting read...
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    Re: Brisbane Supplies

    SOLD!!!!

    Sounds great Jim, I’ll be in touch.
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    Re: Brisbane Supplies

    Well I have been buying meth off kelly's wreckers for ages now and the service has been slowly declining . yesterday I walked out.

    where is everyone buying methanol from in brisbane (northside...
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    Re: Shitbox Rally October 2019

    I couldn't believe what was available for sub $2000 in diesel 4WD. damn, there is some great little bush bashers on there. If you do find one and can pass the rules, belt it up a bit so it does look...
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    Re: Shitbox Rally October 2019

    That sounds like a fantastic time to be had!

    I just did a quick search and carsales comes up with zip. BUUUUUT, if you broaden the search to 4wd's you get very close to the money. I would think if...
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    Re: Waste Oil Market Cornered?

    That depends entirely on my mood on the day Tony. Some days I’m moodier than others!
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    Re: Waste Oil Market Cornered?

    i have had my personal collection drums vandalised, destroyed and had threats of violence against me by the oil collection companies, all because I dared to place my own drum in an agreement with...
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    Re: Problems with 1HDT on SVO

    The Delphi 296 is a fine filter, but I doubt it will allow enough fuel through? I know I have a different pump in my 1HDFTE. If you do the upgrade and find performance is lacking, swap to the fleet...
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    Re: Problems with 1HDT on SVO

    or the rubber o-ring on the shutoff valve / plunger is disintegrating.
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    Re: Blending supplies.

    I have had several glow plugs die over the years in my old mazda. when it became obvious that at least one had died, I pulled them all out. simply check them with a decent wire and your battery...
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    Re: Blending supplies.

    Nothing worse than a sticky seat of your pants
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    Quite surprising

    Hi All,

    whats going on? not a single post in 22 days??

    Is this thing still working?
  21. Re: For sale: 2005 Mazda B2500 4x4 freestyle cab with steel tray

    Well here it is.

    https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/Mazda-Bravo-2005/SSE-AD-5486785/?_ga=2.23423354.15086084.1528520119-781812785.1501620366

    All details on the add.

    Great reliable...
  22. Re: For Sale - 2002 100 series Landcruiser HZJ105R Standard wagon

    Well I fitted a Carter black fuel pump, 12 psi and lots of fuel flow - its a rotary vane with inbuilt bypass. BIG difference to performance. the little wallbro just couldn't push enough.

    Im...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Bang on bro. I have been using 20% for 10 years with the knowledge that:

    A. it works.
    B. there was excess meth available in the reaction to account for water in meth and used oil.

    I would bet...
  24. For sale: 2005 Mazda B2500 4x4 freestyle cab with steel tray

    All,

    About to list my great little Mazda ute for sale. selling because the kids have outgrown the back seat.

    I will clean it up and post photos in the next week or so.

    Vitals:
    2005 Mazda...
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    Re: Danger in the shed - please read

    Yes I saw that too. That was an earlier report from yesterday. A bit more info has come to light since then by the looks of it. I rennet a science experiment from high school where water was split...
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