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    Re: Lower North Shore Biofuel Users Group

    I still look from time to time. I have now sold my Bio-beast and bought a something that I would be too scared to put Bio in. I will be selling my apparatus. This includes:
    •300lt copper hot water...
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    Re: Operation 2001 Holden Jackaroo

    Bit the bullet and put 50l of B100 in the Jack. Ran ok, no major probs. Will be care to alternate between the two untill I become comfortable.
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    Re: Operation 2001 Holden Jackaroo

    Thanks Johnnojack
    Yep, know the forum and yep now a member and yep I am worried:). I did everything in reverse, bought 1st read later (totally against better judgement). Pretty complicated engine...
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    Operation 2001 Holden Jackaroo

    Hi all.
    Time to let my 60 series go. Had a great innings, approx 60K km using veg power without any issues. The car however has suffered, enduring misuse, neglect and natures elements……………..which...
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    Re: Entered the world of mass production

    Thanks Sean, your experience clearly shows.
    1. Yep, probably better suited to whisky production. To assist with draining the Glyco I laid the reactor over a hole in the ground and belted a...
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    Entered the world of mass production

    Well at least 100 litre batches. I did it, bit the bullet and built me a processor. Can’t use it for whisky now, not unless malt whisky tastes like Dim Sims and god knows what. I have added some...
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    Re: A (thanks)

    Last seen after gluing wheels on broken toys (project #423 of 3587) 5 days prior to commencing Bio diesel project (project #3251). Sadly missed and required for project #25 (aka Dolls house). My...
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    Re: A (A big thanks to all)

    Don't know what happened to the suject heading, it was suppose to be "A big thanks to all", must be my typing skills.
    Everywhere I have read, gentle, gentle seems to be the go except for the quality...
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    A (thanks)

    All,
    Just like to say thanks for all the input you lot have put into this forum. I know newbies can be a pain in the a$$ and ask a lot of stupid questions and I can see you are all pretty patient....
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    Re: Northern Beaches Biofuel Users

    That's what I am hearing and I think that is the best option. This is for Coogee Methanol (which is supposably the best). Being a beginner and all, I just didn't want to start off with such a large...
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    Re: Lower North Shore Biofuel Users Group

    Also in FF and always willing to chew the fat over a can, however, I want to at least complete my first batch...........so that I can have some experiences to talk about! Cheers
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    Re: Northern Beaches Biofuel Users

    OK, getting closer. Thanks for the heads up Sean. I'll investigate........what happened to over the counter at the "courner store"? ;) Repco in Dee Why can get it in 100l @ $446 ouch.
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    Re: Northern Beaches Biofuel Users

    Just thought I'd pop in to this forum. I also live on the Northern Beaches and I am looking into the possibilities of producing Bio to run my thirsty Series 60. Kinda went about this all the wrong...
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