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Old 05-15-2018, 06:15 PM
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E85 Petition Bay Area - Mountain View, CA

Hey everyone, I put together a petition for E85 and will be taking this to Propel Fuels once we hit 100 signatures (currently at 59) and help is appreciated!

https://www.change.org/p/propel-fuel..._starters_page
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Old 05-15-2018, 09:01 PM
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I've been through this process with Propel. They basically need to find a gas station that's already digging up its tanks for a recondition and sell them into adding an E85 tank and a blender pump. It's cost prohibitive to dig up the cement to install an E85 tank by itself

I tried for years to get an E85 pump installed near Laguna Seca.
You could also talk to Pearson Fuels in SoCal as they have a few stations up here.

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Old 05-16-2018, 09:15 AM
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Good luck, signed anyways. Been using the Fremont & SJ stations so far, would be nice to have some other ones around the bay so I don't have to worry about switching back to 91.
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signed/fingers crossed! I'd love to have one in MV..
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SIGNED! even tho i haven't gone Flex Fuel yet... LOL
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Originally Posted by Lowend View Post
I've been through this process with Propel. They basically need to find a gas station that's already digging up its tanks for a recondition and sell them into adding an E85 tank and a blender pump. It's cost prohibitive to dig up the cement to install an E85 tank by itself

I tried for years to get an E85 pump installed near Laguna Seca.
You could also talk to Pearson Fuels in SoCal as they have a few stations up here.
​​​​​​​Not sure if it helps but the Rotten Robbie at the corner of Whisman rd/ Middlefield is currently torn down getting work done.
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anything ever come of this? fingers crossed lol
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No. You guys are petitioning the wrong thing. We need to tackle the real, important issues in this world: Costco's removal of the polish dog from the menu.

https://www.change.org/p/cjelinek-co...the-polish-dog
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