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  • Highmarker
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    I've posted pictures of this station in the photo gallery.

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  • j03j03
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    Woohoo!!!!

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  • Highmarker
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    I will post pictures of this station on here tomorrow. Questar did an EXCELLENT job with this station as they did with the station in Bountiful.

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  • John Mitton
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    Originally posted by old man View Post
    The ribbon cutting for the new Brigham/Perry fueling station is April 14th at 10:30.
    I will be there again with the 63 cent bumper stickers

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  • old man
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    P.S. The diesel side is Flying J the gas side has changed to Phillips66.

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  • Highmarker
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    Thank you Questar for the new station in Brigham City. I just filled up this morning and got 3,350 psi. It is a sweet kick butt station. Thank you for all you do for the CNG community in Utah.

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  • old man
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    The ribbon cutting for the new Brigham/Perry fueling station is April 14th at 10:30.

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  • Luke
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    I actually filled up two of my vehicles tonight. First time, the pressure was at 3600. The second time at 3800! I got great fills.

    Let's remember to be patient with the people at LWs as they learn the new system, today was their first day.

    Thanks to those who made this station possible.

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  • John Mitton
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    Click here
    http://cngchat.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=11

    ...then follow the top two threads.

    Also click here
    http://cngchat.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=18

    ... then read the top thread

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  • bakaroma
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    thnx. It would have been fun to be the first one to fill in Brigham City.

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  • 1HIT1DR
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    bakaroma

    A sticky always comes up as the first thread.

    A slow fill is an overnight fill.

    Shay

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  • bakaroma
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    John you are very helpful, but my ignorance is quite advanced. I am looking for stickies and cannot find them. Is a fast fill the typical drive up to the pump filler up and go?

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  • John Mitton
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    Welcome to CNGchat bakaroma!
    You can fill your 3000 psi vehicle at any Utah pump, even if the gauge shows 3600. This is due to all tanks being engineered to take up to 20% over their rated pressure on a fast fill. (Do NOT fill to 3600 psi overnight on a slow fill as it will severely stress the tank over time!).

    Please review the "sticky" threads at the top of this Utah forum regarding Questar stations, and you can find another sticky thread at the top of the Service and Conversions forum for contacts to get your vehicle serviced.

    Thanks for the good news re: Brigham City!
    I think the open house will be on April 4th.

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  • bakaroma
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    Folks it is up and running!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please direct me to the post that helps me understand what I need to do with my 3000 psi contour when the pump is 3600+. She is a beautiful pump. Maybe the nozel makes it HE is a beautiful pump lol. Being new owner I am also curious how I detect wheter I have a filter and where my mechanic choices are. Thanks for the help and we hope to see you all filling up in Brigham City.

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  • Luke
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    Hoses are attached (one yellow and one blue) and pump has lights turned on. Pressure gages are at zero. The point of sale system integration/software appears to be the last thing needed for a fully operational system. Might be online as early as next week.

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