gas at Cooperland

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gas a Cooperland

last year Chris had a 55 gal drum of b-32? I think that he was willing to sell to us. Does anyone know if he will have fuel available this year?
 
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I bought some from him last year but I got the feeling he was really just doing me a favor. He had several drums there but most were empty so I'm planning on bringing a few more gallons with me this year.
 

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I don't know about requirements Oklahoma, but in Texas selling gas without a license to the public can present you with some very stiff penalties. Just ask the guy who owns Mosier Valley here ion DFW about it.
 

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Here's a suggestion that might help protect Brownie from any legal issues. Why not purchase some ahead of time and have it delivered? Either have a few people go in on a large drum or maybe Brownie could give us the local reps name and each person could place an order to be delivered?

Just throwin' out some ideas.
 

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TranSport always has a few 55 gal. drums of fuel on their trailer. Im not sure if it will be at DW, but they always have them at the track!
 

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I'll probably have gas at Cooperland . . .

hell, I got gas now :flame:
 

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Just got off the phone with trans sport. Nice guys. They are ordering my 140/80 18 tire for me, and have assured me that they will have plenty of race gas there all week long!
Is it the 29th yet? :yeehaw:
 
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Originally posted by Papakeith
have assured me that they will have plenty of race gas there all week long!
Keith - Did they mention what kind of fuel (Brand, type etc?)
 

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I'd like to try some race gas this year. Prolly no more than a gallon or so, just to see what all the hype is about, and maybe my bike will make less noise, too:D
 

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He said B32, but he also mentioned something about it being under a different label because of a merger or something. I was on my cell, and the connection was squirrelly. At least that's what I think I heard
 

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Dave, I really feel bad about selling the KDX to someone else, I would have rather you had it, but I needed to seel it to buy Lou's bike. The XR6 is still for sale though, and I think you'd like it better anyway. You oughta think about that, too. Great play bike. We may buy all your race gas from you though, if its a real reasonable price.
 

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I am sure you wont beat the price anywhere:)
I understand about the bike you did right:thumb: The XR is a thought but I guess as time goes on and my memory fades I'll be back out on the track (followed shortly by a visit to the ER) before I know it. Also got to sell the CR first
 

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I for one am very glad that Stan sold the bike to the right guy (er, gal). ;) If you ask nicely, Stacy might let you take a spin on it.