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I have a friend that has a heater that burns old engine oil that he uses to heat his auto mechanics garage. He's in Hopkins and I live close to you and I could haul it for him. What kind of containers are we talking about? If I can get it into my trailer, consider it gone.

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5 gallon buckets with lids would probably be your best bet.I don't think you want anything larger than that. Whatever containers you've got, just make sure they have lids so it doesn't slop all over your trailer!

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If it is red in color it is the Dyed version, which means Off Road use, such as fuel oil stoves, and such. A little cheaper in price too, I do believe. What is it being stored in now, and do you know how old it is.

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Yes it would be used for a fuel oil stove, heating your house, etc. Some of it is in 5 gal. buckets right now. Not sure on the age though...sorry!

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Hey Sarge, As soon as I can get the containers together, I can pick it upif its still available. I'm off from work the next two days, so maybe I can do it then. I'll e-mail you and get the address. I must live fairly close to you. Thanks.

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Sounds good! I'm guessing you'll need about 7 5gal. buckets with lids if that's what you plan on using. I'll look for your email later on.

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