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i i were to find a propane driven 4 cylinder tow motor would that be able to make street usable. like could the power be turned up enough to go 70mph
 

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I think it would be cool to have a propane rig. do it. just note my forklift is currently not usable as the lp regulator does a freeze up.
 

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dude that would be sweet except for the cost factor. lol but i think im going to just work on the 4bt swap in my ranger and maybe add a propane injection system for power and mileage
 

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i think im going to just work on the 4bt swap in my ranger and maybe add a propane injection system for power and mileage
propane is not widely used in south america... in some places it's even forbidden for on-road use...
 

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I'm kind of surprised by that. Its very common in Mexico. Any reason for that, or just regular old government BS?
cng is more widely used in south america... in brazil lpg is not street-legal because as it was subsided the government imposed some restrictions to the usage, almost as happened with diesel... i really don't understand this, as ethanol is subsided and the usage hadn't any restriction...
 
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