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Old 05-23-2011, 12:17 AM
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What kind of MPG would a 6.9I dually flatbed be looking at?

What kind of MPG would a 6.9I dually flatbed be looking at?
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Old 06-02-2011, 07:41 PM
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Sorry nobody responded to ya. It really depends on a lot of things. What tranny? Gears? I would expect anywhere from 8mpg-18mpg depending on tranny (manual vs. auto) and gears. Engine condition plays a key role as well.
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Sorry nobody responded to ya. It really depends on a lot of things. What tranny? Gears? I would expect anywhere from 8mpg-18mpg depending on tranny (manual vs. auto) and gears. Engine condition plays a key role as well.
what kinda mileage do you get with your truck? i'm looking at buying an 84 f250 supercab with the 4 speed and 4x4 and just want a ballpark guess since they have same basic parts. thanks
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dually? dont expect anything higher than 15 at the most.
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Not a dually if its a F250, unless converted?

I use to get roughly 17-19mpg depending on how I drove it. That was Oregon, and 60mph. Now here in Texas driving 70mph I get around 15.

Havent filled it up since....Novemer
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i have an 86 ext cab 2 wheel drive with a wastegated ats turbo im gettin 21 mpgs runnin 75 on the highway. but i also have a gear vendor under/overdrive on it. before i put my gear vendor in it i was gettin 16 - 18 and was runnin 65
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