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Old February 27th, 2008, 06:38 AM   #163
hoo dat. wat.
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Originally Posted by 71jeepster View Post
the fact that diesel cost more per gallon is due to demand! Up until a few years ago when everyone started buying diesels it was always cheaper. It takes less refining to make diesel vs. gasoline therefore it should be cheaper. But they don't make as much and don't have it in as many gas stations so that makes it cost more since the demand went up. If they put more diesel vehicles into use along with more pumps to get the diesel at the price will come down and with the better mileage that is capable this will not be unheard of!
We also have to compete with the home heating oil market in the fall.
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