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trooper Tdiesel 08-22-2012 11:13 PM

WTB used cooking oil
 
im planning on a few trips this fall, and im going to need a sizable amount of WVO.

65 gal to see family in CA, taking trailer with stuff...
and 30 gal for a run to ID for a non-prof event, less do to no trailer and about 300 miles less...

other then those things ive got a plan for a drive to AK in the spring and that will take a LOT MORE.
like over 200 gal :eek:

locating oil has been rather hard, so im willing to pay a little for unfiltered oil.

and up to $2.00 for oil that has all ready been filtered.


i have lots of empty drums and a pump, so i have ways of storing/transporting it.

UFO 08-23-2012 10:43 AM

Let me know if you get to Denver. I have more than I can use.

trooper Tdiesel 08-24-2012 12:29 AM

yea that would be a nice little 1,600 mile side trip...

then agen if i found something to take to that area then id be there, hmm.


how much more do you have then you can use?
6 full drums would be about my cargo limit.

UFO 08-24-2012 10:52 AM

I could spare about 3 drums full (165 gallons).

trooper Tdiesel 10-09-2012 09:16 PM

have a possible interest in heading that way, err well farther east...

is the oil clear with out the hyd added. or is it one of the hydrogenated types of oil.

its AS-IS from the fryer, fry-chunks and all, meaning there's been no filtering to it right?

UFO 10-10-2012 12:57 PM

The oil is clear, mostly soy oil, none of it hydrogenated. And it not filtered, but it settles well in the cubes.

trooper Tdiesel 11-14-2012 03:21 AM

well i thought i had a plan to get there but it fell apart.
Fern Hill Rd to Apiary Rd/Apiary-Market Rd - Google Maps
when i was told i needed to carry a 10cub freezer with me to point D on map. there's just not enuf room for every thing with out the trailer, and if i bring the trailer i mite as well just drive from point B to point D then home, and save 1,300+ miles of driving. as it would be more or less a wash getting home with nothing left and allot of road side filtering:(.

ive got another plan, a rust free auto with no engine trans that some one wants in Kansas but i don't know how soon that's going happen, could be a long ways out as i need to get a title for it....:(
theres no way of doing that with out the trailer, regs on tow dolly's in the two states ive looked up so far are rather strange. if the auto in tow has wheels turning on the road it must be plated with current tags or trip permitted as well as inshurence un to its self even though its in tow :mad::mad:.

any way im trying lol..

UFO 11-14-2012 05:48 PM

You are better off without the detour. Less miles is always better. If you ever come through I'd be happy to donate some biodiesel.


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