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    Re: Coking and valve deposits

    Ray, on this forum ran is truck exclusively on Bio from new, you should see the engine oil before he was due to change it, it was almost as clear as new oil.
    There is a massive difference between...
  2. Re: changing our 95 land cruiser over to cooking oil

    Could you please give us more specific information on your vehicle?
    is it the 1hz engine? Do you have a two tanks setup from factory?
    cooking oil should be readily accessible, but it will take time...
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    Re: Filtering post dry wash

    Hi Jim, welcome to the world of grease and oil spills ;)

    I am also not familiar with this method and have never heard of it either, I water wash my bio after the reaction and let it settle out....
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    Re: Veg oil bowser possibilities

    You will also have to keep in mind that you are pumping oil, not diesel, 5m head for diesel most likely means even more for oil. From memory, with water, per meter of head you gain 1 bar.
    I am not...
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    Re: Veg oil bowser possibilities

    No a dumb question at all, I asked the same a while back.

    The pressurised nozzle has a small tube in it, apparently when the fuel gets to it, it clicks off. The gravity fed ones don't have that....
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    Re: Veg oil bowser possibilities

    I am taking my hat off :cool: 10 years without a bowser, respect!:)

    your idea sounds good in theory, unfortunately there is no nozzle that clicks off automatically that uses gravity flow.
    they...
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    Re: Adelaide to Darwin on WVO July 2020

    Yes these guys have the market here too, most of the shops say they are messy and unreliable. I was kind of hoping that they would go bust in this challenging times.

    Thanks for these posts, how...
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    Re: To convert or not

    Can you still run run Dino in this vehicle?

    Another thing that comes to mind, when I ran WVO in my first vehicle (Toyota 3l), I was very much a novice then, I forgot to flush the system plenty of...
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    Re: CORONA virus alert updates

    Yea, that's what I always though, the country with one of the biggest population on the planet has a the whole thing confined to a province. While there seems to be no geographical boundaries for the...
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    Composting glycerine

    Good morning everyone,

    as this silliness is spreading, a lot of people in the area have rediscovered the old veggie patch.

    I have been composting most of my glycerine over the last 2 years....
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    Re: COVID-19 hurting oil feedstocks?

    Holy dooly, we are certainly getting ripped off up here. Diesel is 'going down' to 1.42 here in Nimbin. Not that is worries me, just shows that this fuel compactness do what ever they want. ...
  12. Re: Anywhere to purchase biodiesel between Brisbane and Melbourne?

    Sure thing, just give me some notice. Looking forward to catching up,
  13. Re: Anywhere to purchase biodiesel between Brisbane and Melbourne?

    In case you're just after some fuel to get you home, call in at my place if you don't mind the detour via Nimbin. Cheers Jens
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    Re: 2006 VW Jetta 2.0 tdi

    Sorry to hear that Bruce!

    The research I did was as mentioned on the Golf including the MK5

    have a read through here

    http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread.php?t=135628

    I think even if one...
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    Re: Does anyone need a oil supply in Melbourne?

    Looks like this situation is sorted.

    cheers Jens
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    Re: 2006 VW Jetta 2.0 tdi

    Hi Bruce, looking at stepping up in the world:-) hope you're not trading the 80's for a Jetta? :-)

    I looked into the VW thing a while back and I think the golf up to the MK5 would run bio no...
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    Re: Using unfiltered oil

    Yes the gravity fuges are more expensive, BUT they are a lot better. Trust me. As Algae said, the fast once rely on oil pressure, so if you have any bits blocking the jet you'll have pull it apart...
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    Does anyone need a oil supply in Melbourne?

    Hey guys, I have a supply of extremely good oil in Melbourne, unfortunately I won't be visiting Melbourne as frequently anymore, so if anyone is interested, let me know. Oil is from a catering...
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    Re: Using unfiltered oil

    I used to heat the oil when I had the CF stationary in the shed, but more because the oil was very average and I wanted everyone gone in one pass.
    Problem win on the road heating, where would you...
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    Re: Sourcing parts for conversion

    Hey Krumpet,

    here is a shop on fleabay which I have used a number of times
    ...
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    Re: Collecting fuel on the move

    Yep same style pump l am currently using, had it for a number of years and is still going strong.

    thanks so much for all the insides so far,

    Carrying a fuge would be ace, however I guess...
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    Re: Collecting fuel on the move

    Thanks Alga,

    I have been thinking about the centrifuge in a trailer idea for a while. My main concern was to damage it while the trailer is bouncing around. I guess your trailer wouldn't bounce...
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    Collecting fuel on the move

    As Christmas is the traveling time and we are exploring the south end of the country, I was wondering how you guys find restaurants to collect oil from while traveling through?

    I think it would...
  24. Thread: PTFE fuel lines

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    Re: PTFE fuel lines

    Thanks Tony, I'll give them a try.
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    PTFE fuel lines

    Hey guys,

    I came across some PTFE braided fuel lines, would they be suitable to run BIO?

    Have a great Christmas and safe and greasy travels to all of you.

    Jens
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