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  • Brigham City pumps down

    As of 8/7 @ 5:45 a.m. both pumps at the LW's in Brigham are down. I will update if I get new info.

  • #2
    Re: Brigham City pumps down

    Filled up a few times at Brigham City today (8/9/2008). Pumps worked great!

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    • #3
      Re: Brigham City pumps down

      What was your pressure and what time was it? I filled up Sunday morning 8/10 @6:00a.m. figuring that would be the best pressure I would see and got 2800 psi. That leads me to think it ismore than heavy use that is keeping the pressure from being optimal.

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      • #4
        Re: Brigham City pumps down

        I typically go between 4 PM and 10 PM. My fills on 8/9/2008 were at ~3 PM and ~7 PM respectively.

        Here is a list of dates/pressures/temperatures from recent trips in 1 of my 3 CNG vehicles (most fillups between 4 PM and 10 PM) BC stands for Brigham City:

        Date Pressure Temperature Location
        4/1/2008 2000 45 BC
        4/5/2008 3500 35 BC
        4/8/2008 3500 45 BC
        4/12/2008 3800 55 BC
        4/15/2008 3500 40 BC
        4/16/2008 350 50 BC
        4/17/2008 3200 42 BC
        4/19/2008 800 65 BC
        4/19/2008 3400 65 OG
        4/19/2008 3100 50 WC
        4/19/2008 1600 45 BC
        4/21/2008 2200 55 BC
        4/22/2008 1200 45 BC
        4/23/2008 2900 55 BC
        4/24/2008 3500 35 BC
        4/28/2008 3500 55 BC
        4/29/2008 0 60 BC
        4/30/2008 1700 40 BC
        5/1/2008 3500 40 BC
        5/2/2008 1700 48 BC
        5/3/2008 3400 50 BC
        5/5/2008 2000 65 BC
        5/6/2008 2100 75 BC
        5/7/2008 400 60 BC
        5/7/2008 3100 55 BC
        5/8/2008 3500 50 BC
        5/11/2008 1800 60 BC
        5/12/2008 3200 45 BC
        5/13/2008 3000 65 BC
        5/14/2008 3600 60 BC
        5/15/2008 2500 60 BC
        5/16/2008 3000 68 BC
        5/19/2008 3300 65 BC
        5/20/2008 2900 70 BC
        5/21/2008 2100 50 BC
        5/22/2008 3000 50 BC
        5/24/2008 2600 50 BC
        5/24/2008 2900 50 M
        5/24/2008 2600 65 OR
        5/24/2008 2900 65 BC
        5/27/2008 3000 70 BC
        5/28/2008 3400 70 BC
        5/29/2008 2000 60 BC
        5/31/2008 2000 65 BC
        6/2/2008 2400 75 BC
        6/3/2008 3000 60 BC
        6/4/2008 3400 60 BC
        6/5/2008 3600 65 BC
        6/7/2008 3400 50 BC
        6/9/2008 2100 75 BC
        6/10/2008 3100 65 BC
        6/11/2008 3200 50 BC
        6/12/2008 2900 55 BC
        6/15/2008 3200 85 BC
        6/16/2008 2300 90 BC
        6/17/2008 3000 80 BC
        6/18/2008 2100 85 BC
        6/19/2008 3200 90 BC
        6/22/2008 3200 75 BC
        6/23/2008 3100 90 BC
        6/24/2008 2900 85 BC
        6/25/2008 3000 80 BC
        6/27/2008 3300 75 BC
        6/27/2008 3100 90 WC
        6/28/2008 3100 85 BC
        6/30/2008 1700 85 BC
        7/1/2008 1900 95 BC
        7/1/2008 2200 85 BC
        7/2/2008 2500 90 BC
        7/3/2008 2500 85 BC
        7/7/2008 3000 85 BC
        7/8/2008 2300 85 BC
        7/9/2008 3200 90 BC
        7/10/2008 2100 96 BC
        7/11/2008 3000 80 BC
        7/16/2008 1500 95 BC
        7/16/2008 3200 80 BC
        7/17/2008 3000 80 BC
        7/20/2008 3000 85 BC
        7/21/2008 3400 80 BC
        7/22/2008 3000 80 BC
        7/23/2008 3000 85 BC
        7/24/2008 3400 90 BC
        7/26/2008 2800 100 BC
        7/28/2008 2100 95 BC
        7/29/2008 3000 90 BC
        7/30/2008 3100 90 BC
        7/31/2008 2900 90 BC
        8/2/2008 2500 85 BC
        8/4/2008 3400 90 BC
        8/5/2008 2600 80 BC
        8/6/2008 1400 90 BC
        8/6/2008 3000 85 BC
        8/7/2008 2100 85 BC
        8/9/2008 3000 85 BC

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        • #5
          Re: Brigham City pumps down

          Great data. Thanks.

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          • #6
            Re: Brigham City pumps down

            The Brigham station is working fine. I filled up on 8/11/08 (Monday at noor). In fact the compressor is fixed and the portable compressor is gone.
            Jared.
            Mountain Green, Utah
            2003 CNG Cavalier
            2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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            • #7
              Re: Brigham City pumps down

              I filled up this morning @ 5:30 and ggot almost 2800 psi. Is that what you are considering good or am I missing the secret code for 3000+ psi? I think Questar should have a station up north for all the work they do in Southern Idaho and Northern Utah A friend of mine told me Questar is no longer buying CNG vehicles for their fleet, at least they weren't in the near past. Is that stupid or what?
              Last edited by bakaroma; 08-12-2008, 10:55 PM.

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              • #8
                Re: Brigham City pumps down

                bakaroma,

                Questar isn't buy CNG vehicles, because nobody is making CNG vehicles (except the Honda Civic GX). It would be hard to fit a tool box in the back of a GX along with all the necessary tools and also pull a 3 ton trailer. Questar is having Semi Services convert '08 Chevy pickups with Impco conversion kits for them.
                Jared.
                Mountain Green, Utah
                2003 CNG Cavalier
                2003 CNG Silverado 2500HD

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                • #9
                  Re: Brigham City pumps down

                  The Brigham City pumps have stunk again lately. I have fueled at all hours and never been near 3000 psi. There were a few good days a week or so ago still not 3000 psi though.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Brigham City pumps down

                    Pumps appear to be down this afternoon.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Brigham City pumps down

                      Pumps back up. Great 3000 psi fill. Just in time for peach days!

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