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2017 Ford F250 CARB approval arrives...a year and a half late, 2018 no ETA

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  • 2017 Ford F250 CARB approval arrives...a year and a half late, 2018 no ETA

    If anyone wonders why passenger CNG use is going down the toilet, here is yet another reason.

    Well the bureaucracy coupled with the price of the conversion, your basically paying for 4,000$ in parts with a 8,000$ piece paper that says you can drive the vehicle in question on the road.


    I know there is thousands of dollars in testing fees, but that is also a part of the problem too.

    Oh and btw you can no longer order 2018 F250`s, cutoff date was last month.
    Last edited by trdscfjc; 1 week ago.
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