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propane anyone?

Discussion in 'New Members' started by guinnesslad, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. guinnesslad

    guinnesslad [OP] New Member

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    propane dual fuel system
    New to this forum. Not a mechanical guy in the least, but love my 2011 taco, 4x4, crew cab.
    I had a dual fuel ( propane ) system installed about 18 mos ago and should pay for itself in about 18 more months. Propane here is 50c /L vs. 1.30 /L for gas. Mileage is about 10% less, so my savings on a tank avg. out to about 50%. Truck runs great in all 4 seasons, including wet and cold winters. The zip, if you will, is a bit less, but doesn't affect my needs. Anyone else out there on propane?
     
  2. ChiveOn

    ChiveOn City Slickin' Redneck, I wear a suit with a mullet

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    A BC Boy in Calgary
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    Plasti-Dipped Emblems, Tonnopro Tri-fold toneau cover (for winter use only), AVS in-channel visors, Ultra Gauge, Tepui Kukenam RTT, Muteki Trail Hog 285/70/17, Pop N' Lock, Bilstein 5100's in the front set at .85 with Eibach coils, Bilstein 5100's in the rear with a Toytec AAL. Toytec drivers side spacers, Toytec diff drop kit. All Pro u-bolt flip kit, TJM Compressor (permanently mounted), Custom rack for the RTT over the bed, Tepui Kukenam RTT, Toyota Bed Mat, Cobra 75 WX ST CB Radio, and a lot of gear behind the seats.
    Welcome.

    I'm not using propane but this is some food for thought.
     
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