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Re: Hey, any truck advice for a fellow MM guy?

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01-07-2014 14:26:35

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My 7.3 ford diesel runs around fifteen mpg going down the road empty and about twelve with a loaded thirty foot goose neck. My neighbor has about the same pickup as mine and he claims to get 23 mpg. empty. Go figure! I had a 454 in a chevy once and fifteen sounds good to me after that.

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01-13-2014 15:15:09

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 Re: Hey, any truck advice for a fellow MM guy? in reply to M.Genrich, 01-07-2014 14:26:35  
My bro-in-law only gets 12-13 and 15-16 with his 2008 f -350 short bed double cab. It's now got about 58,000 miles on it. It's all factory with no chip or programmer. That's about all I hear from most Ford Owners. My Duramax gets 20 around town and 26hy.I did have the computer reprogramed at 60,000. I gained almost 4 mpg by doing that! I was able to reprogram my 2004 Duramax but you can't do anything to help the mileage in any of them from 2010 and newer.

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01-08-2014 13:40:51

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 Re: Hey, any truck advice for a fellow MM guy? in reply to M.Genrich, 01-07-2014 14:26:35  
Yes the 454 Chevy is hard on gas, my dads old one would get 8 on a good day. I like my hemi though I can get 17 on highway, but my old 360 only gets 8-9 but its also full time 4wd which hurts some.

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