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  • howardkunz
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    No, I would have put on a carrier and shipped for $1000, but I sure would rather get a bifuel somewhere because I go to Idaho a lot and there is no CNG there. I would have to maintain two vans if I bought a dedicated CNG, one ofr around locally and one for Idaho.

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  • jblue
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    Ya going to go all the way to PA to get that van Howard if you win the auction?

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  • cnghal
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    Howard,
    If it's a 2000 or newer with stock 3,600psi tanks (1-midship, twin-pack in the rear) it has about 20 GGEs but you'll be lucky to get 17 GGEs on a fast fill.
    Some passenger vans came with an extra 9-10 GGE tank between the rear wheel wells inside.

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  • howardkunz
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    Any idea what the gge is for this line of vans?

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  • cnghal
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    Howard,
    I have bought and sold many dedicated E-350s. I even have a retired '99 shuttle van in my shop that has 562,000 miles on it. I don't know of any problems except those inherent to all Fords.
    Take good care of them, keep a strict maintenance schedule, rebuild the heads every 150-200,000 miles and you should be good to go.

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  • howardkunz
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    E350 passenger van

    Do any of you own the Ford E350 Passenger van? I am looking at a couple and want to know what you think of them. They are dedicated CNG. Any major problems to be aware of? I guess that with 16 gallon of CNG you may go 200 miles or so on a tank. I am mostly concerned about the reliability of the CNG components as I have a gasoline E350 1997 and I like it a lot.
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