I already owned an old Chevy truck with a 6.2 engine and dual tanks. Converting the truck was fairly easy, but there wasn't much information on collecting and filtering all of the wvo. I drove the truck for about a year and burned a couple hundred gallons of grease. The truck was rusting apart and the front end needed all new rod ends. I parted it out and forgot about burning grease.
Years later I stumbled across a yahoo group that was putting VW diesel into Samurais and sidekicks. Someone posted a link to the biodiesel infopop site and the rest is history. The systems were now very different. They were using flat plate heat exchangers, two valves, two filters etc. I built my Geo Tracker in 2005. Since then I have converted 3 MB's 1 Chevy P/U and 1 Ford P/U.
I never even thought about buying a conversion kit. I like building things myself and much as I hate to pay to have things done for me. I read a lot of
This is a hobby that I enjoy. I want a place to share what I have learned and offer affordable parts. I will post how-to's for all the parts and sell parts to people who would rather buy than build. Just contact me by email. If you feel more comfortable you can go through Ebay.