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Old 03-04-2005, 11:39 PM
4.3 Diesel 4.3 Diesel is offline
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Location: Milford, New Hampshire
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Default Granite State Greasers

I'd be interested in meeting anyone in southern New Hampshire or northern Massachusetts that is currently running on grease...I have yet to convert and would like ideas on what works and what needs improvement on vehicle systems, storage/filtering infrastructure and using wvo in place of home heating oil.

Dave Little
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Old 03-05-2005, 07:15 AM
sustainable ways sustainable ways is offline
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Default home heating oil....

4.3, I too am interested in using WVO as home heating oil and have been devising a plan in my head. although I don't own where I live and may have a hard time implementing it. Where are you in Southern New Hampshire? I'm in Southern Vermont, Bennington to be exact. I too haven't converted my vehicle yet but it should be within a week or two and I will have it done. I would be cool to get together with like minded people like yourself to see what is going on in the northeast. And where did you get your name? Is there a 4.3 diesel? WHo makes it?
Mark Jones
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Old 03-05-2005, 10:56 AM
4.3 Diesel 4.3 Diesel is offline
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Location: Milford, New Hampshire
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Hi Mark,

I'm in Milford about an hour east of Keene. I'd be interested in meeting once your system is running grease. As to my callsign, it refers to the mythical 90 degree V6 263 cid Oldsmobile diesel

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Old 07-24-2005, 06:40 PM
dougk dougk is offline
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I hope to be greasing as soon as I recieve my kit. Me and my '83 300sd live in Jaffrey NH. Good to hear from greasers from NH. Hope to talk to you folks about your sytems and ideas.

Douglas Kabat
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Old 06-01-2008, 03:24 PM
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Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Biddeford,ME
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Hey guys!

I just got my house up and running on WVO after a hard fought battle this winter. Should be ready to go for next heating season. I have an old MB that has 40K of grease miles on it and just bought a 03 TDI wagon for the wife along with a 94 GMC 6.5 Pickup. If you ghuys have any questions about WVO and want to come up to southern maine (biddeford) give me a jingle

84 MBZ 300SD homemade 2-tank
40K miles and sold
94 GMC Sierra 6.5L
03 Jetta Wagon 1.9L Black - wifes
03 Jetta Wagon 1.9L Silver - mine
All consuming "free" fuel

Oil furnace running on 100% WVO

"When it snows can we put a sprinkler in the driveway to melt the now now that we have free hot water??"

-My wife
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Old 06-08-2008, 09:33 AM
NHdude NHdude is offline
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Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Nashua, NH
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Default Preparing to convert

I just found and joined this forum today.

I am in Nashua and am building my punch list of items needed to collect and filter WVO. I plan to buy the conversion kit from Greasecar unless someone persuades me to do something else. I talked to Ken at Chicken & Chips a year ago. At that point, he was working on his 13th conversion.
John R
Nashua, NH

'03 VW TDI Sedan, Not converted yet.
Gathering info and planning to go to dual fuel system
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