Category Archives: Propane
“Tom Wurdack’s recent visit to Midway Ford Truck Center just south of Worlds of Fun wasn’t to see the rows of gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles that are the dealership’s big sellers. The fleet manager for Lenexa-based Renzenberger Inc. was interested in something a bit different: Continue reading
Ever wondered how to fill up a propane-powered vehicle? Watch the video and find out.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has granted certification approval for the ROUSH propane-powered Ford F-250 and F-350 pickups; this means these alternative fuel vehicles meet the strict emission standards of that state and can now be sold and operated in all 50 states.
When Eric Hansen set out on his mission to create the first propane-powered lawn care crew in 2008, he couldn’t have imagined the attention his 10-vehicle fleet would eventually attract. Continue reading
The mechanics on the ROUSH propane vehicle assembly line are getting ready to be extremely busy. There are already a couple of hundred Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks in the lot awaiting conversion, with countless more on the way. Continue reading
Order banks are now open for the propane-fueled Roush E-150, E-250, and E-350 Ford vans. Production is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2010, and Roush will offer fuel conversion solutions for both passenger and cargo van applications. Continue reading
It was strange to drive by gas stations coming back from Detroit and realizing that we would not be able to get fuel at most of them. So we stopped in for a rest, a sandwich, and nothing else. This truck used the first few gallons of what will be thousands of gallons of cleaner propane that we will burn over the next 12 months. Continue reading
There is a new video on ROUSHtv. Eric Hansen from Competitive Lawn Service, Inc. in Downers Grove, Ill. comes by the ROUSH factory to pick up his brand-new Propane-powered Ford F-350 and to talk about the benefits of switching to propane.
Competitive Lawn Service is on a quest to run their business 100 percent on propane. They already have the mowers, the trimmers, and their other power tools running on this alternative fuel. The key missing element was the truck which hauls all this equipment to the customer. Continue reading
Based on the tremendous reception for the propane-fueled pickups offered by ROUSH Performance, the company is launching into the next phase of their liquid propane injected vehicle offerings with a line of E-Series vans. Continue reading