NEW WVO engines

Can you make a recommendation on which NEW, US diesel truck engine is the best to convert to WVO (or will be in the future the most compatible w/WVO)?

I am shopping for a new truck and eventually want to make this conversion.

No conversion is necessary

I do not know who keeps on perpetuating the need for a conversion to run WVO or Biodiesel, but it is BULLSHIT!!

In the summer run WVO with the 50/50/50 rule which means;
50 degrees or better/50 percent WVO/50 percent diesel.

For using Biodiesel I recommend that you first start with
an 80/20 blend, then move on to a 60/40, that would be for
winter use, up to a 50/50 mix in the summer.

If you want to piss away thousands of dollars on an SVO
system you can, but why??

WVO in the summer works great, just make sure that you
filter it first.

no need for conversion

HEY I JUST WANTED TO SAY I OWN A 1985 MERCEDES 190D AND FILTER WVO AND USE 1/4 TANK FILTERED WVO AND 3/4 DIESEL RIGHT NOW IN WINETR 30 DEGREES OUT. AND IN SUMMER RAN 50/ 50 MIX IT DOES WORK NO PROBLEMS. I AM LOOKING TO FIND A F250 4X4 TO DO THE SAME IN. I SAY HELL WITH OIL COMPANYS FREE FUEL BABY
THANKS TOM

The oil may be free, but you

The oil may be free, but you would be well advised to set aside the money you are saving by not buying petro diesel.

Eventually, you will need that money to repair your vehicle. Have your engine oil tested by a lab every time you change it. You may see a problem coming before it costs a ton of $$$$$

Just my humble opinion.

Screw em

Wvo/SVO will work on any diesel , no kit needed. The most you may need is a heating element . But even that should be the only thing you need. And knowing ecactly how to change your vehicles filters , and having spares with you on the road.

to veggie or not to veggie

I'm considering selling my gasoholic for a Dodge Cummins in order to to begin running on used cooking oil. What i am reading here is that there is no need to create a still and make bio-d, just get a tank in the bed, put a filter on the pour-in, run a line to a switch, start vehicle up, run a bit on reg. fuel, switch to the vegggie tank and take off. Then before shutting down, switch back to reg. fuel to clear the lines of veggie oil and shut down. No need to create bio-d....is this accurate info?

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