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Re: Your mileage may vary

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02-26-2020 14:20:46

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I am like Eric farming more ground but using less fuel. Real years were around early 70s had a D19 gas AC tractor and would need fuel at dinner then a G AC gas combine would just about burn gas faster than you could put it in it. All this latter stuff does more work with less fuel. 20/20 Ford F150 Eco=Boost has about 8 thousand miles on it now and is still over 22 MPG overall.

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02-26-2020 16:01:22

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 Re: Your mileage may vary in reply to jm., 02-26-2020 14:20:46  
I checked my mileage on the way to Florida. 28+ mpg at 75+ mph. I have an alarm go off when speed reaches 80 mph. Mileage went south driving around Florida. Instead of mileage, I look at Cost per mile. 2500 miles cost $225 in gas.
Under ten cents a mile isn't bad for a V6. geo.

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02-26-2020 18:21:10

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 Re: Your mileage may vary in reply to Geo-TH,In, 02-26-2020 16:01:22  
So far I have been able to stay around that 10 cents figure , the price of gas has been helping that. We are leaving at daylight for Canton Texas for a few days. If I stay under 75 mph mine really does well after 75 it drops fast.

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