"In general, the price to convert a vehicle will include the conversion
system with prices ranging from $4,000 to $6,000, the cost of the fuel
storage tanks which can range from $200 up to $1,500 and the cost of
installation which typically costs $700 to $1,000. As a rule of thumb,
the higher the vehicle weight, the more expensive the system. The
typical passenger car or light-weight vehicle will cost in the $6,000 to
8,000 range which heavy duty over the road trucks can cost in the $8,000
to $10,000 range including installation."
Doctor John wrote:
> I use my F350, V-10, 4x4 on the farm for very short, heavy hauling.
> Compressed Natural Gas is looking like a good idea for fuel savings and I
> have 4 CNG gas cylinders on hand. I did a series of web searches and was
> surprised at how difficult it is to get concise info as to what this
> involves, and DIY possibilities. Anyone out there with ideas or links for
> this? Thanks