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I have started using Boidiesel in my 130 Defender. Make it myself at home, cost is less than 25% of bowser price, and exhaust smells of fish and chips. Love it. No I am not a greenie but love the thought of not paying all that excise and other taxes that the wonderful government seems to think is needed so they can save the world and have a good retirement. To the rest of the landy world - give it a go. The money you save will pay for little toys to add to the landy. :drive: :clap: :wave:
 

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those links are good ones, for others just put 'biodiesel' into the searchengine and have a look at the first few pages. In short you use used cooking/vegetable oil, remove the glycerine from the esters and put it in the tank and off you go. I am running B100 now and it is great, the economy is a little less than regular diesel but at 23cpl v 109cpl who cares. :buttrock:
 

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imagine

thx for the advise
imagine we all used biodiesel
technically fine for the engine

  • mother nature loves you
    the poor guys from Flint Michigan who clean up the mess in Iraq can go home
    sounds too good to be true...
    :drink1:
 
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