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Old 03-02-2007, 05:33 PM
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************** WVO Kit? Any Comments?

Hello Folks,
I am new at this and wondering if anybody is familiar with the ************** WVO dual-tank kit? I bought a couple of their manuals about Mercedes diesels but trying to see if anybody has had experience with their conversion kits. They are on the west coast but they sell a couple of kits for cold weather climates, which I will need in Western North Carolina.
Thanks again, WNCMAN

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Old 03-02-2007, 05:48 PM
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Check out Frybrid and Greasecar as well. I think Mercedes Source is really proud of their stuff, price wise. I use them as last resort if I can't get parts from Fastlane or locally.
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rrgrassi,
Thanks for the info, I have checked out Greasecar & Frybid and I like both their systems and of course Greasecars price.
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Old 03-02-2007, 06:16 PM
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I've also noticed that stuff at ************** can be priced on the high side, though on occasion they actually have the best price. It's often worth it to me to pay a little more because of the very good instructions that usually accompany their parts and kits.

That would definitely be true for me in the case of their veggie conversion kit. While I don't have any direct experience with it, my experience with their other products plus the owner, Kent's, vast expertise with older Benzes plus their top-notch customer service would lead me to put a kit from them very high on if not at the top of my list.


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