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post #1 of 16 Old 12-05-2012, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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RVing MPG

So for those of us that travel via RV what mpg on average are you getting? We pull a 25' Fiver we average 10mpg. We had a slide in camper before and we would get 13mpg.

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31 ft 5th wheel 16 mpg on the flats
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See my sig. 31' 5er, between 10 & 11.
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36 ft 5er toy hauler. 6-8 mpg at 65-70 mph


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40' Cyclone Toy Hauler, 60-70mph 9-10 mpg

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33' TT, 60-70 mph, 10-12 mpg...depends on headwinds and hills.

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30ft 5th wheel from flat lands of the eastern shore of Maryland thru the hills in PA and back, average 10 mpg.

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32 foot TT, 65-75 10-12 depending on the terrain.

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33' TT, 60-70 mph, 10-12 mpg...depends on headwinds and hills.
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30ft 5th wheel from flat lands of the eastern shore of Maryland thru the hills in PA and back, average 10 mpg.
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32 foot TT, 65-75 10-12 depending on the terrain.


30' T.T.
I get the same results as above
10-12 depending

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31 ft 5th wheel 16 mpg on the flats


Yeah... I don't see that happening.

Your using the Lie-o-meter on the dash aren't you. There is NO way your getting this

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