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    OK so with the costs of fuel prices obviously people are looking for alternatives to gasoline including myself. I have a 98 Silverado that I have had since new and am finally converting over to run dual fuels, cng and unleaded. My wife on the other hand has an 07 Tahoe that runs on e85 (what a joke) and unleaded. We live in Tulsa, Oklahoma and have several fueling stations around town to fill up at if we convert over to cng. The price tag of $12,000 seems a little steep but Oklahoma is offering a state tax credit of up to 50% to cover the costs of converting.

    I have found a place in Tulsa to do the conversion on my wife's Tahoe but had a question. Does anybody have any experience with Baytech's conversion kits? They are in Los Altos, CA.

    By the way my next vehicle will not run on gasoline, now if we can find a substitue for oil and other lubricants we'd be set.

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    to the best of my knowledge Baytech did all of the later GM factory CNG's. you might want to contact Tom at Tulsa Gas Technology. Tom is a member of the group.

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      Thats great because I was going to call there tomorrow anyways. I found them after googling them for Oklahoma.

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        Tom Sewell is TOMTGT here...
        http://www.cngchat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=425

        Good luck with the conversion, let us know how it goes!

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