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20 litres of KTC Vegetable Oil - £16 @ Farmfoods
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20 litres of KTC Vegetable Oil - £16 @ Farmfoods

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Posted 27th Jan 2019

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I thought it said KFC vegetable oil
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How well is this going to work in my 10 year old diesel?
I thought it said KFC vegetable oil
Cheaper than diesel. Just put in whichever additive it needs to make it run...!
The exhaust fumes smell loads better than diesel. It's also much better for the engine, and more importantly the environment!
Broc_Mudflap27/01/2019 15:44

The exhaust fumes smell loads better than diesel. It's also much better …The exhaust fumes smell loads better than diesel. It's also much better for the engine, and more importantly the environment!


I would mix mine 50/50 with normal diesel. Of course I wouldn't really. That would be a serious criminal offence.
Good offer, have some heat.
Did they have any Sunflower Oil on offer?
Thx
Sadly my landrover is a petrol, I've had diesels before and ran them on 75-80% veg in the summer but in the winter needed to drop it down to 50%
the_woltons27/01/2019 19:36

Sadly my landrover is a petrol, I've had diesels before and ran them on …Sadly my landrover is a petrol, I've had diesels before and ran them on 75-80% veg in the summer but in the winter needed to drop it down to 50%


Who fk buys a landrover and treats it like that???
Broc_Mudflap27/01/2019 15:46

I would mix mine 50/50 with normal diesel. Of course I wouldn't really. …I would mix mine 50/50 with normal diesel. Of course I wouldn't really. That would be a serious criminal offence.


It wouldn't be a criminal offence....you can legally run on bio/veg oil up to 2,500 litres per year without paying duty.
trebor12727/01/2019 20:49

It wouldn't be a criminal offence....you can legally run on bio/veg oil up …It wouldn't be a criminal offence....you can legally run on bio/veg oil up to 2,500 litres per year without paying duty.


I didn't know that (obviously). Have you a link to the government blurb please? That will set my mind at rest.... If I did partake in this particular activity of course.

Avoid the KTC extended-life oil if that's what it is. Hydrogenated crap that's strongly implicated in heart disease. If it's the normal vegetable oil then it's a good deal (assuming you have a garage to store it all)
Broc_Mudflap27/01/2019 21:07

I didn't know that (obviously). Have you a link to the government blurb …I didn't know that (obviously). Have you a link to the government blurb please? That will set my mind at rest.... If I did partake in this particular activity of course.


Link to bio production

You can produce more than the 2,500 litres but you then have to pay the duty. You're obliged to keep record of hi much you're putting into your vehicle.
Edited by: "trebor127" 27th Jan 2019
trebor12727/01/2019 21:12

Link to bio productionYou can produce more than the 2,500 litres but you …Link to bio productionYou can produce more than the 2,500 litres but you then have to pay the duty. You're obliged to keep record of hi much you're putting into your vehicle.


Many thanks thanks for the information trebor127!

Is it costly to set a system up, if you don't mind me asking?
Broc_Mudflap27/01/2019 21:21

Many thanks thanks for the information trebor127!Is it costly to set a …Many thanks thanks for the information trebor127!Is it costly to set a system up, if you don't mind me asking?


No idea to be honest. I only try catch people using red diesel
trebor1277 m ago

No idea to be honest. I only try catch people using red diesel



Just about enough oil to fry my dinner in. I'll have to go back at tea time for some more though :-/
Only 20 litres....damn. I was looking for 21.
That's a fab deal
Broc_Mudflap27/01/2019 15:46

I would mix mine 50/50 with normal diesel. Of course I wouldn't really. …I would mix mine 50/50 with normal diesel. Of course I wouldn't really. That would be a serious criminal offence.


No it's not. You can use up to 2500 litres a year without tax
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