1993 ford f-250 7.3 litre turbo-diesel

I'm thinking about buying a 1993 ford f-250 7.3 litre turbo-diesel and want to convert it to run on grease(WVO). Has anyone any experience to offer on this engine conversion.

I put Bio-diesal in my F-250

I put Bio-diesal in my F-250 (6.0 litre) and nothing but better everything run on 50/50 (half diesal/Biodiesal) and NO conversions.... I know that the 7.3 litre diesal engine needs no conversion either just as long as you can make good Bio-diesal,,, if too much methanol then you will burn out the fuel lines ... the bio fuel is red than it has to much methanol.

I know that the 7.3 litre

I know that the 7.3 litre diesal engine needs no conversion either just as long as you can make good Bio-diesal,,, if too much methanol then you will burn out the fuel lines ... the bio fuel is red than it has to much methanol.

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i have had my 1985 one ton

i have had my 1985 one ton for many years . it had a stock 6.9 in it but at 750,000 miles it was quite worn out, i have completely redone the entire truck and i put a 1993 7.3 diesel with an ats turbo on it. the mechanical fuel injected diesels are not just biodiesels but can run perfect on transmission oil, used veggie oils, lamp fuels. i have even ran used motor oil. no matter who says what make sure you filter the oils good before you even think about sticking anything in your tanks . you don't need any conversion on the old diesels. the 6.2/6.5 gmc diesels are good long lasting diesels , and the 6.9/7.3 are ford /international diesels, also tough and long lasting , dodge is still a tough diesel to beat. as far as i know they should all run various fuels. as far as a conversion on the new stuff i wouldn't know , i am an old school diesel fan.

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