B99 / B100 Biodiesel in / near Lexington, KY?

Lug_Nut

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I'm looking for leads on B100 (or high percentage bio-blend) within a hundred miles or so of Lexington.
I see a lot of listings on 'nearbio.com' with B2, B5, B10, B20, but none at B99 or B100. There is one listing for a Marathon station in Sterling, KY with bio at an unspecified percentage. Does anyone have knowledge of this station's percentage?

(yeah, I could just call them.....:rolleyes:)
 

loganbmx4gt

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That would be Mount Sterling if im correct? And my experience with traveling through KY there main stream stations usually have just B5 if they have it.
 

Bluegrass

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The only station I'm aware of in Lexington is the Thorton's off of I-75 and Winchester Road. They have a dedicated B20 pump.
 

Lug_Nut

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Logan, Nearbio links are notoriously difficult to create. Yours is as useless as all the ones I've tried to make.
Everyone else, Just go to Nearbio.com
Select your desired city, the radius distance in which you'll search, the blend ratio and hit submit.
 

loganbmx4gt

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Logan, Nearbio links are notoriously difficult to create. Yours is as useless as all the ones I've tried to make.
Everyone else, Just go to Nearbio.com
Select your desired city, the radius distance in which you'll search, the blend ratio and hit submit.
Did not realize that, thanks.
 
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