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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-29-2011, 06:21 AM Thread Starter
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mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

hi i was thinking about dropping down to stock what kinda mpg do you all get in a 4x4 7.3 . id like to chip it with a ts
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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

I average 15-18. The lower number comes from winter up here in western NY.

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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

Also will depend on auto vs manual, gears, how you drive, other mods, etc etc. I've pulled 20 with truck in sig, and as bad as 11 though I was towing.

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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

i usually get around 15-17 80% in town and ive gotten as good as 21 on the highway. obs auto 3.55 gears

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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

I have an 01 350 crew cab dully I get 11-15. 11 on the interstate 15 in town
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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

Good grief people! You obsess over a 1 or 2 MPG difference.

Chickenfeed.

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Re: mpg stock size tires on 4x4 7.3

For best milage just slow down and accelerate slow. Keep it below 2000RPM
and under 5lbs boost.

You will never recover the cost of mods for better milage. If you drive 55 you
will see fantastic milage, drive 75 and you will see very bad milage. If that
was your only concern you would have bought a Prius :)

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