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Old 02-25-2011, 05:57 AM   #11
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You can get 85? Paid $3.27 for 87 today.
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$3.69 here woohoo
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$3.17 here this morning. This is a bunch of EFFING BS if you ask me.
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It was 3.24 on horizon drive here in GJ CO today. I saw it as cheap as 2.99 but that stuff is nothing but water!!! Scarey part is I would almost guarantee that its going to hit 5 a gallon by the end of the summer. Looks like the hunting truck will have to stay parked for the summer...dang it I love that truck!!!!
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What galls my arse is that diesel fuel is more per gallon that premium gas here now. The last time fuel went up in price, about 3 years ago, and I have the reciepts to prove it, that diesel was at $5.50 per gallon. I remember that one day I dorve by a station and saw that diesel was $4.99 per gallon and took a U-turn a coupe blocks away and went there to fill up.

I'm a contractor and I really don't carry the cost of fuel for my larger trucks, the customer that I contract to pays for it. When fuel price goes up the customer pays for it in these trucks. I don't as I include it in overhead costs on my bids. As far as personal gas vehicles goes, well... I add a good contingency amount for that.
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Looks like the hunting truck will have to stay parked for the summer...dang it I love that truck!!!!
Trade it for a Diesel...BioDiesel Time, Do it yourself.
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Trade it for a Diesel...BioDiesel Time, Do it yourself.
Dam tempting, I just hate to give up my 454 its one of those that you hop in fire it up and feel like a giant!!!!LOL
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I'm more worried about our work fleet than my personal vehicle. With Diesel fuel so expensive, it's costing us nearly $80k a week to keep all 55 diesel-thristy Power-chokes on the road and running.
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I'm more worried about our work fleet than my personal vehicle. With Diesel fuel so expensive, it's costing us nearly $80k a week to keep all 55 diesel-thristy Power-chokes on the road and running.
All you can do is jack your rates to compensate for the fuel prices.
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