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Old 01-20-2014, 06:44 PM   #1
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Fuel prices

Gas/diesel just got too expensive.

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I wonder if there's Bud in that wagon ?
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3 HP. and 12 wheel drive...
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So did hay and oats....

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What other models are available? I prefer a 1st wheeler, less sway at "high"-way speeds. Down side is needing 2 dumping stations, or maybe not.
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Old 01-21-2014, 01:30 PM   #7
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Truthfully, those things are a lot more expensive to keep and use then gas or diesel. That is why we don't use them anymore.
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energy efficient a/c only thing ya have to worry abt is the "back" fire.
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Don't step in the exhaust!
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But the exhaust is recyclable and it come with no extra charge.....
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I believe however this would qualify for the HOV lanes when you are alone.
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But the exhaust is recyclable and it come with no extra charge.....
And, it makes good fertilizer. No so sure about the smell of the exhaust, or the power plant either.
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And, it makes good fertilizer. No so sure about the smell of the exhaust, or the power plant either.
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But the exhaust is recyclable and it come with no extra charge.....
I believe this is what qualifies as a natural gas recreational vehicle at the DMV?
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Just don't use Molasses for fuel conditioner!!
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