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    Have been trying to locate information on natural gas for vehicles. Such as which pickups are best to convert. What type of system to use to fill up the vehicle. I have my own gas wells so I am interested in buying a vehicle with cng already installed or converting one, and the equipment to fuel it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks
    Senior

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    Re: cng vehicles

    http://www.cngchat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=657


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    • #3
      Re: cng vehicles

      also
      http://www.cngchat.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1767


      Seems like Ford F150s have been popular.
      CH

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        Re: cng vehicles

        Originally posted by senior View Post
        Have been trying to locate information on natural gas for vehicles. Such as which pickups are best to convert. What type of system to use to fill up the vehicle. I have my own gas wells so I am interested in buying a vehicle with cng already installed or converting one, and the equipment to fuel it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

        thanks
        Senior
        If you are still looking to retrofit a vehicle, check out Baker Equipment. Im not sure where you are in Tennessee, but there is a Raleigh and Atlanta location that can do the retrofits. 800-446-2610 or bakerequipment.com

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        • #5
          Re: cng vehicles

          Bummer! A gas well is a rare find. What type of well do you have? I know it is gas but what do you do with it now? Have you had the gas quality tested? Is it suitable for using in a CNG vehicle? Do you have a compressor? My take on vehicle is based on the current situatin. New or Used? Use of vehicles ? A lot of questions need to be asked before or you will not get what you are bargaining for. I have a 1994 Dodge OEM that I am very happy with. It is dedicated so there is no "Brain" that has to fiqure out gas or CNG. Best of luck with your endeavors. PrarieGas

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          • #6
            Re: cng vehicles

            I live in east tn my well gas has ethane propane heptane butane in it and it runs better than pipe line gas gos 30 % farther to I am running a 96 dodge van with cng only and a pick up with a home made duel fuel the only problem I have had has been water and I now have a drying tower good luck

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            • #7
              Re: cng vehicles

              Hello Senior in TN,

              Glad to hear you are pursuing cng vehicles to use your NG from own well.

              I met guy in Pennsylvania (while on NY to OK cross-country cng trip) who was in same situation as you and we found guy who documented his process of cleaning up NG from well and adding affordable dryer to use Fuelmaker to compress ng for his cng vehicles. See website at:
              http://littlemetalshop.com/alt-fuel/alt-fuel.html

              Please let everyone on CNGChat.com know how your situation turns out with adding equipment to use own ng gas well for cng vehicles.

              Go CNG - - - America's fuel of TODAY!!

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