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Re: diesel vs gasoline school buses by Rick Wells
Post New Message You can pay at the gas pumps or pay at the diesel mechanic shops but it isn't cheap to drive one. I opted for gas because the chevy truck engine has been used for 40 years, the parts are cheaper, and anyone can work on it. I can completely rebuild one for the price of just a FI pump on a diesel. Also a diesel requires expensive filters, pump, starters, batteries X 3 or 4, glow plugs, etc. and not just anyone can work on one. I have a gas motor (366) that will start at -25 at 8000 ft w/o heat, get a diesel to do that without plugging it in.
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