I own a small fleet of trucks with 454's. I am considering converting them to run on propane. Now, I know propane has less BTU's per gallon than gasoline. How much more propane is needed to go the same distance as gas? Right now, for example, gas here is about $2.10/gallon and propane is still at $1.85. Is it still cheaper to run propane?
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