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orobosaobude@yahoo.com

Dec 11, 2008, 11:40 AM

Post #51 of 63 (6669 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

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akinman1955@yahoo.com

Jan 27, 2009, 6:56 AM

Post #52 of 63 (6569 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

We recently started using a used and filtered motor oil/Diesel mix in our fleet of 35 plus trucks of various brands. It seems to be working fine, but unknowing to me, someone also filled my 1980- 950 Cat Loader and it ran like CRAP. I wound up draining all 46 gallons out of the tank and replacing it with CLEAN DIESEL and changing the filter. The problem cleared right up. I'd think twice about using that junk in any Rig of mine. Good Luck[:(]


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Feb 15, 2009, 2:16 PM

Post #53 of 63 (6498 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

It's WessonWink


satyaseo
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Feb 26, 2009, 3:53 AM

Post #54 of 63 (6458 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

what is the quantity of oil you pour in car, it is usually 3 to 5 ltr in fresh after that it is burned in car or become dirty, but we usually pour 2 to 3 ltr of deisel in our car per day. so who has time to remove the dirty oil and make fuel, however it was good to know, the dirty oil which we use to throw has some use, thanx.....


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Mar 25, 2009, 2:25 PM

Post #55 of 63 (6373 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

If you would like to talk more with someone who can perhaps help explain why your CAT ran poorly, please talk to Mark Jordan who builds black fuel processors. Hope this helps.

E. B. McCool
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mccool@treebeds.com

Mar 29, 2009, 12:05 PM

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Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

If anyone is looking for information regard petroleum based diesel black fuel processors, especially the Toby and CX-1 systems, please call Mark Jordan XXX_XXX_XXXX. He builds these systems and can customize units for most any diesel engine, old or new. He runs My Fast Fuels and is no longer affiliated with Josh Hall and Bluegrass Fuel Systems. Thank you. I hope this helps.
E.B. McCool
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swab4u@comcast.net

Apr 11, 2009, 5:39 PM

Post #57 of 63 (6279 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

trans fluid dosn't have much lubrication ,thats probably why your fuel pump is failing mix some synthectic oil in to help lube it. Two strokes have run on motor oil for years!


car nut
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Apr 11, 2009, 5:57 PM

Post #58 of 63 (6275 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

FYI ON MOTOR OIL THE CURRENT PRICE ON THE MARKET FOR USED MOTOR OIL WAS .35 GALLON IF YOU SELL OVER 1,500 GALLONS AT A TIME. I think we are on to something .Think of all the express lubes out there that would like to sell or even power up the business with this. Getting off the GRID!


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shaftmwelding@optusnet

Jun 7, 2009, 3:35 AM

Post #59 of 63 (6120 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

I bought the plans to the free diesel plant and after looking at the plans it will work, basically distilling the old oil and the vapour is condensed giving you diesel cant say much more due to confidenciality clause on purchase


Tom Greenleaf
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Jun 7, 2009, 4:55 PM

Post #60 of 63 (6117 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

Then what is it you'd like to add to a four year old thread?

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Brad w.
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jbwall@consolidated.net

Jun 28, 2009, 5:04 AM

Post #61 of 63 (6073 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

I have an 82 Mercedes. It will run fine on compressor oil and trany oil as long as you thin it with some gas. The same for engine oil mixed with trany oil. I have tried just used motor oil after straining it through a 5 micron filter and mixed 1 gallon of gas with 10 gallons of oil. It will smoke a lot and i have some power loss so at this point the trany and engine oil mix works the best. Used cooking oil is great if you can get it. Again be sure to check the thickness of the mix so it is no thicker than diesel. Diesel and engine oil works well but I don't really want to keep buying diesel even as a part of the mix.


Hammer Time
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Jun 28, 2009, 6:22 AM

Post #62 of 63 (6066 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

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Brad w.
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jbwall@consolidated.net

Jul 18, 2009, 3:15 AM

Post #63 of 63 (6013 views)
Re: used motor oil converted in to diesel feul Sign In

I am using a mixture as follows. Five gallons of used motor oil strained through a one micron filter, add one half gallon of gas and one gallon of diesel. The car will smoke a lit and you may experience some power loss. If the power loss is too great add two gallons of diesel per mix. I have noticed that transmission oil or used compressor oil works better than crank case oil. I don't add the diesel with the transmission or compressor oil. I do add the gas as a thinner. Transmission and compressor oil will smoke less.
Brad






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