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Old 07-29-2010, 04:44 AM
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Originally Posted by bowtie4542001
Thanks guys, I just got quoted $320 for a barrel of M5 I will call him back and tell him I need M1
for sure stick with m1 no need for m5. I've tried it in the past. nasty stuff.

Honestly, VP is no better then any other brand, its not like they are doing anything other then putting it in their drum.

I sell fuel up here on the side, I've tried almost every brand out there, best thing I can say is stay away from regen fuel, its no where near as pure. This is one of the questions I always ask before buying, and normally get a spec sheet from the tanker.

Greg where did you find VP m1 that cheap ? I have a wholesaler in and its not close to that ?
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:52 PM
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I had My Pops bring it up from DOWN SOUTH,Northern Indiana.I was REALY Surprised when He pulled in and I saw what He had.........!
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:42 PM
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Originally Posted by bbchevy
I had My Pops bring it up from DOWN SOUTH,Northern Indiana.I was REALY Surprised when He pulled in and I saw what He had.........!
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can you by chance get the name of the place he got it from and pm it to me. All mine comes from Ohio, but once in awhile I get people who want to pay for the vp stuff and only have 1 source. Might be the same place though.
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Old 07-29-2010, 04:48 PM
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Sooo I guess you can order it from a VP dealer and have it shipped to your house? That would be great.

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Old 07-29-2010, 07:51 PM
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Originally Posted by bowtie4542001
Sooo I guess you can order it from a VP dealer and have it shipped to your house? That would be great.

Chris
SURE Can!!!
Lets See,Shipping on 440lbs=300.00 + the 125.00 for the Contents=425.00 for a 54 Gallon Barrel.
Best Bet is to find a couple other Guys that want a few Drums and try and Buy in in a min.of 3 Drums,usually a Break on it there.
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Old 07-30-2010, 08:26 AM
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Originally Posted by bbchevy
Originally Posted by bowtie4542001
Sooo I guess you can order it from a VP dealer and have it shipped to your house? That would be great.

Chris
SURE Can!!!
Lets See,Shipping on 440lbs=300.00 + the 125.00 for the Contents=425.00 for a 54 Gallon Barrel.
Best Bet is to find a couple other Guys that want a few Drums and try and Buy in in a min.of 3 Drums,usually a Break on it there.
Later
G 8)
I get the picture now I will travel the 30min to the other town to buy the barrels. Thanks guys for all the help.

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