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Old 05-18-2019, 10:42 AM   #15
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The RVER'S Friend is for non-interstate travel. This list each city/town that offers either diesel/gas stations that RV Friendly.

If you read the OP original thread he does not state that he is not interested in interstate nor non-interstate travel. He is just looking for an RV friendly diesel fuel station.

I do not assume anything ... I try and provide the broadest amount of information that will help the original OP questions.
I'm a technical advisor on a motorcycle site and I've learned to do the same thing. I'll provide the broadest amount of info that will help the OP, including my projection of follow up questions that might arise. I'm also aware that others are following along so I try to include relevant details.
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Old 05-21-2019, 09:29 PM   #16
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If you read the OP original thread he does not state that he is not interested in interstate nor non-interstate travel. He is just looking for an RV friendly diesel fuel station.

I do not assume anything like some do, I try and provide the broadest amount of information that will help the original OP questions.
The OP asked for a fuel stop in or near Durango, which is about 200 miles from the closest interstate. So I think it's a safe assumption that he wasn't looking for interstate locations.

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26223 Highway 160, Durango. I think itís a Centex Station. Diesel pumps on the back side for large vehicles.
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I think y'all are talking about the same place. Basin Coop has an Ampride Cenex station at 26223 Highway 160, east of Durango. But I think the diesel pumps are in the front of the station, along the frontage road. As far as I know, it's the only big-rig accessible station in Durango.
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I have used the Cenex/Basin Coop station, probably your best bet in town. Shell at Bayfield plenty of room.
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Donít know about this year but last year Bayfield was high $ for everything. If you can make it over the hill Rainbow in South Fork has big truck pumps in back of station and a large parking area back there as well. Most of the stations in Durango can be tough to get into.
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