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EPA Grants Approval for ROUSH Propane-Fueled Ford Vans
In brief: ROUSH Performance has received confirmation of meeting regulatory requirements for their 2010 E-150, E-250 and E-350 propane fuel conversion system.
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Make/Model: E150, E260, E350
Manufacturer: ROUSH / Ford
The cargo vans have been declared by the Environmental Protection Agency to meet federal emission regulatory requirements, so they can be sold nationally except in CARB-complying states. That compliance is still underway and waiting a decision from the California Air Resource Board.
ROUSH conversion systems can be installed by the company in Livonia, Michigan or a kit can be ordered and installed by a certified upfitter. The kit works on all 2010 Ford E-series cargo vans, wagons, and some cutaway configurations.
And so ...
The conversion to propane may be a popular choice for some fleets, such as railroads, municipalities, and utility companies.
Photo credits: ROUSH
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