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  1. BLINGN
    09-18-2013 08:47 AM - permalink
    BLINGN
    Hey bud thanks for your help. I need to give your buddy some money or his gas can back with gas lol
  2. sasaholic
    12-17-2012 10:44 PM - permalink
    sasaholic
    Thanks man next time I'm coming to Chico ill get ahold of you. I'd love to do some wheelin with you guys but obviously not in my runner the way it is
  3. Hyena
    12-07-2009 10:57 AM - permalink
    Hyena
    on the first build i bought most of the brackets from ballistic fabrication. not sure how much it cost. on my new build i built all my brackets.
  4. dhillin
    12-06-2009 11:59 AM - permalink
    dhillin
    hey man its my first time ever doing 4 link and i was wondering where u got all ur stuff and how much it cost for eveything
  5. BRENTWADE
    07-12-2008 09:16 PM - permalink
    BRENTWADE
    This is my BIO DIESEL LIST. If you gat all this together, I'll be grad to help you get it together and make your 1st batch. This is the apple seed process witch allows you to mix regular diesel with it. This WILL NOT work in any diesel 08 & newer.

    You will need a 40 gallon electric water heater. Your Choice.

    2 or 3 plastic carboys from wal-mart (water containers that will hold your methanol & lye mixture)

    I prefer to use clear polyurethane barrels for my wash tanks. Get 1, 55 Gallon barrel

    Get you some type of barrel to hold you cooking oil in as it goes into the processor. I use a 55 gallon drum as well w/a kitchen sink drain cut out and put in the bottom. The processor will suck it out of the barrel.

    A shit load of hose clamps to fit ¾ OD hose and 5/8 ID. I’d say at least 20 quantity

    20 feet of the clear braded hose ¾ OD & 5/8 ID

    A 1” clear water pump from Harbor Freight & Tool

    8 Brass ¾ ball valves they are a reasonable price at H.F.T. They tend to get pricy at Lowes or Home Depot

    Pipe compound. You will need to use more that usual on this than you would use anywhere elts.

    2 ¾ unions and some anti seize. Make sure all of you piping is black iron pipe not galvanized if possible.

    A lot of this your gona have to use you imagination on putting it together besides looking at my pics and asking me ????’s. You can also get a lot of info. from www.Biodieselcommunity.org. Get some egg crates to hold up you barrels off the ground

    Get 2 of the sink drains to install in the bottom of your oil and wash barrels

    55 gallon steel drum. At the bottom, on the side install a water heater heating element, this will be your drying tank after you wash. The wash takes out all of the impurities such as the methanol or any left over glycerin that may be in there still.

    Get a automotive mechanical temp. gauge from pepboys or autozone. Needs to show hotter than 100*F at least 160*F because you will heat you oil to 130*F. A ¾” to ½” bushing for you temp gauge.

    Make sure all you piping is black not galvanized if possible everything is gona need to be threaded.
    2 . 6” pipe nipples
    1 ½” check valve
    1 ½” brass ball valve
    5 ¾ 90* elbows
    3 ¾ Tee’s
    8 2” close nipples
    2 1” to ¾” bushings
    2 3/4“ 1’ pipes
    4 ¾” 8” pipes
    1 ¾” 4way tee

    I’m sure you will have more ???’s. I’ll be here to answer them to the best of my knowledge.

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