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#46 WNYTractorTinkerer ONLINE  

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Posted February 27, 2016 - 04:27 PM

Paid $1.63 for a gallon gas Sunday!!   :dancingbanana:

 

$1.99 for last oil fill-up too!  Niiiiice!! :worshippy1:


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Posted December 03, 2017 - 11:09 AM

Filled up last week. Little bit more This year at 2.61 a gallon.

Took on 409 gallons total cost $1067.00 plus tax.

Up a bit from last year but not as bad as it was.

Gas has been running 2.60ish in my area lately.

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Posted December 06, 2017 - 09:31 AM

It has been so long since I used oil that it had to be less than a dollar a gallon back in 1970. Been total electric for the last 21 years, geothermal.


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Posted December 06, 2017 - 05:39 PM

It has been so long since I used oil that it had to be less than a dollar a gallon back in 1970. Been total electric for the last 21 years, geothermal.


I'd like to find an alternative to oil besides another fossil fuel. Geothermal is always intrigued me but a large front load cost to set up.

Depending on what the future brings we may or may not move. Next 5 years will tell. I will either stay in this house and put in an outdoor wood stove and try to use it exclusively with a mix of coal and wood. Or if we move I'll install one there. Not moving away from fossil fuels but it's cheaper than oil.

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Posted December 07, 2017 - 08:14 AM

I'd like to find an alternative to oil besides another fossil fuel. Geothermal is always intrigued me but a large front load cost to set up.

Depending on what the future brings we may or may not move. Next 5 years will tell. I will either stay in this house and put in an outdoor wood stove and try to use it exclusively with a mix of coal and wood. Or if we move I'll install one there. Not moving away from fossil fuels but it's cheaper than oil.

If you ever decide on geothermal you will need to shop around as dealers can vary several $1000 in price. I you already fove a forced air system that wil save some money. Mine was new construction and I have $9500 in it and AEP paid for the under ground power line.






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