In reading the link you posted it says the following.
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<TD class=twelve>What vehicles do you recommend for conversion? </TD></TR>
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Our standard systems are designed to work with any diesel passenger vehicle or light truck (custom kits available for larger applications). The most common diesel passenger vehicles in the US are made by Volkswagen and Mercedes. Chevy, Ford, GMC and Dodge all have diesel options on most of their larger pickup trucks. Currently we are not recommending conversion of newer "common rail" or "unit injector" equipped vehicles.
I have been running oil in my 87 Mercedes for over 10,000 miles now with nothing more than a few small plumbing problems. Won't convert the truck, though, until I win the lottery.
On edit: In case anybody is interested in converting their truck, these guys http://www.greasel.com/ have converted a duramax, I think. I know they have converted a 6.0L Powerstroke.Edited by: habanero
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