Posted by Frank 41 on January 09, 2013 at 18:31:44 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 2012 ford f250 posted by sdc eastern ia on January 09, 2013 at 05:58:55:
I have an 2011 F250 and when I baby it I get 12-15. Went on a parts run 80-90 mph and got 13. Pretty much like the 454 I had once. Just got a GN 34" and pulling a 580K, I was getting 8.5. I have only 11K on it but am thinking about a Truck Edition chip for around $250. I don"t need power. Dealer say milage is within range and the erratic shift pattern in 3rd isn"t unheard of as Ford is using the tranny to try to get milage. I could go to River City and get a complete redo but pretty costly for the miles I drive. Plus I put air bags on it to make it ride level. This is why I use my Toyota Sienna as my pickup getting 22 mpg.
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