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For those of you who use E85. I proud to say they now offer E85 in Tuscaloosa, AL. If your traveling through Tuscaloosa on 20/59 get off on EXIT 68 towards WESTERN BYPASS and it's the first "Fast and Easy" Chevron on the left at the 1st light. I've heard there are a few in Birmingham/Hoover areas but haven't been able to confirm it.
Link to confirm this:
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The link E85 Vehicles hasn't been updated for this station. e85vehicles.com
 

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One last thing, I will update as needed since other websites do update as quickly. Man these higher gas prices are killing me! Is E85 cheaper in the summer?
 

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Kind of hijacking my own thread. Has anyone used E85 with the VKPRO or UPREV? If so, how did the truck run?
 

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The gas prices there are listed below as of 11/8/07 5 PM:
E85 2.89
Regular 2.99
Bio-Diesel 3.19

I don't think it would be worth the change at the moment if the truck looses around 30% miles per Gallon and the price difference is only around $0.10 per gallon savings. We just need more than one option so it would help drive the price down.
 

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earthling30 said:
The gas prices there are listed below as of 11/8/07 5 PM:
E85 2.89
Regular 2.99
Bio-Diesel 3.19

I don't think it would be worth the change at the moment if the truck looses around 30% miles per Gallon and the price difference is only around $0.10 per gallon savings. We just need more than one option so it would help drive the price down.
wow what a ripoff.
 

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E85 is more expensive, gets less mileage, and has caused corn, feed, and meat prices to soar...amungst other items. It's not the answer to our oil issues. There's not enough land on the planet to grow enough corn to make a dent. It's for the misinformed tree huggers only.
 

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It works very well in MN. Typically $.40-$.60/gal less than 87. Even blending in winter cuts down our use and helps keep the medieval-third world in-line until we can get our crap together as a country and end our dependence on foreign oil. Until then, we will have to fight non-value add wars to preserve our economic status and standard of living.

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HudsonValleyTitan said:
E85 is more expensive, gets less mileage, and has caused corn, feed, and meat prices to soar...amungst other items. It's not the answer to our oil issues. There's not enough land on the planet to grow enough corn to make a dent. It's for the misinformed tree huggers only.
I'm not a tree hugger, just interested and saving a few dollars when it comes to these high gas prices but at this time it wouldn't save me any money in the long run. If I knew what I know now about the gas prices when I bought my truck, I would have stuck with the Frontier because it was between the Fronty or the Titian. Oh well, I'm just going to pay my truck off and that will help out a lot. I don't want to get rid of the Titan cause I love the Titan. I'm still curious on how the truck would run with the E-85.
 
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