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Old 05-28-2010
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just got 20.2mpg...went 260 miles on 12.85 gallons
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250 miles on almost 18 gallons
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well, I have to say Im pretty impressed with my truck right now.
from almost total fill up (I go to the nearest/highest even dollar amount)
to almost empty, I got 330 miles from my last tank of gas, with probably 50/50 city/hwy

not bad, not bad at all in my opinion.
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Well Ive never ran my tank past 1/4 and have seen up to 300+ miles this is with my mods and just following traffic and cruising at 75mpg... best mpg Ive calculated is 24.6mpg mix of highway and city... granted I was trying to see how good I could make it... pissed off a lot of ppl but it was worth it lol
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Between 250 and 300 and I drive like a maniac so im sure i could do a lil better.
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Between 250 and 300 and I drive like a maniac so im sure i could do a lil better.
yea, I wasnt grannying it much either.
I mean, I wasnt taking off at lights as I normally would (just have to be in front of the pack...) but I wasnt piddling around either.
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17 sucksssss, old truck blowww
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Old 10-22-2010
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15 gallon tank, 19-22 mpg

so if my math is correct anywhere from 285-330, all depending on how and where im driving.
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I went 278.8km (173.2 miles) and got 22mpg. I have a 3.0 99 ford ranger.
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I get about 230-250 to a tank..
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Hey i have a 97 ranger 3.0 4x4 5 spd and i get anywhere from 265 to 310 to a tank.. id say where u have those heavy tires and wheels on there is one reason your gas mileage is so low.. just my opinion.
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