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Old 11-07-2008, 03:46 AM   #15
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Diesel still $3.29.9 near me....RIP OFF.....
But across town, $2.59.9

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I piced up the coach from the dealer today, but didn't buy diesel at the Flying J. I noticed as I was coming over the mountain, that there was a 76 station that had diesel for $2.77 so I just stopped there on the way home. Gosh, with diesel dropping, I want to be on the road, but winter driving with the motorhome isn't on my to-do list anytime soon.
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I filled up at the Shell truck pumps in Decatur, Texas yesterday for $2.759 (cash or credit, same price). I saw another station selling diesel for @2.699, but I couldn't get in there.
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