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Old 01-05-2008, 12:36 PM   #15
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Another alternate fuel bus to look at is the Diesel/CNG fueled fleet at Pierce Transit in Tacoma, WA. They probably have more experience than anyone with CNG fueled vehicles. They have a pumping station on site to compress the gas, the fuel cylinders are mounted on the roof of the bus and they have achieved certain bragging rights in the alternative fueled vehicle field. That said, CNG is not practical for the individual RV owner and Pierce Transit could not have done it and would not have done it had it not been for taxpayer subsidies to public transit.

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Old 01-10-2008, 04:41 AM   #16
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I have always wondered if you could convert a standard gas engine to run on Hydrogen. Some Gas/CNG vehicles just switch back to gas when required. It would be cool to be able to do that in the MH using hydrogen. Little plant at home makes the stuff and you fill the tank, when it runs out dash switch (or automatic sensor) switches you back to regular gas. Might work.

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