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$2.59 per ggeupdated 4 months ago by anonymous

Monument Clean Fuels

2553 Riverside Parkway Grand Junction, CO 81501


  • 3600
  • 3000
  • Box
  • Semi
  •   24  
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Prices for this station have historically varied from $1.24 to $4.40 per gge. We have data extending back to April 2011 for this station. Historical data can be obtained by contacting us.

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User comments

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6 Aug 2016300mileclubDebit card works too. Enter 7 gge at prompt - dispenser will shut off automatically when tank is full. Check that 1/4 turn knob is on for fueling
22 Apr 2015anonymousDoes this pump station accept Fuel Man cards?
19 Jul 2014anonymousI used pump #2 today. It was running at 4300psi. When it stopped pumping, (tank full), a pop-off valve opened and blew gas out the vent above the pump. Pressure dropped, the valve closed, pressure jumped way up and the valve opened again-over and over. The whole pump was shaking as the pop-off valve opened and closed; the gas was hammering that thing. I turned the pump off and it stopped. No answer at the Monument Fuel number when I called to report it.
10 Nov 2012anonymousTake I-70 exit 28 (24 Rd) & go South ~2 mi; turn left on Interstate 70 Business Loop & go ~1 mi; turn right at 25 Rd (Coldwell Banker & Subaru on opposite corners); stay to the left, go up & turn left at the light at the top (of overpass over tracks); go down onto Riverside Pkwy. Station is ~1/2 mi on the right, just beyond the Colorado Beverage company.
13 Aug 2012anonymousSomeone left a note on the pump saying that using hose #2 causes the shutoff to trip. I only tried hose #1, and it worked fine. Before fueling, the card reader asked for the number of gallons that I wanted. I couldn't get the decimal point on the keypad to work, so I had to round to the nearest whole gallon. 25 Road which I intended to use to get here was closed, due to construction.
13 Apr 2012anonymousPressure has been increased to supply full 3600# fill. WILL NOT FILL OLDER 3000# SYSTEMS, KNOZZLE IS DIFFERENT.
7 Mar 2012anonymousStation now has a receipt printer.
18 Dec 2011anonymousStation a bit out of the way and only got 16 gal in a 20 gal tank but nice to have a station between Utah and Denver
2 Sep 2011anonymousUsed Hose #1 (3600 psi) on 08-07-11 on the way back home to Vacaville from Denver. Received a better fill this time (3500 psi). Business debit card with no receipt. Next stop in Ridgefield, Utah (226 miles away). - Ed H.
31 Aug 2011anonymousUsed Hose #1 (3600 psi) on 07-29-2011 on the way to Denver in our 2004 Honda Civic GX. Visa Card with no receipt. Only received a 2900 psi fill. Tried Hose #2 with no additional fill. Headed for Rifle. - Ed H.
19 Jul 2011anonymousAccepts Visa/MC 24 hours.
19 Jun 2011anonymousonly 3600 psi, no pump for 3000psi
13 Jun 2011anonymousCrushed gravel parking area, not gravel road. I-70 exit 28, then South approx. 2 miles. Filled to 3400 psi.
29 Apr 2011anonymousHard to find, gravel road, week pressure on Sat. 4/23.
24 Mar 2011anonymousOpening April 2, 2011

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