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mileage difference between sizes

I was wondering what differences were between like crew cab long bed and single cab short bed is. If any.

Basically I'm thinking about selling for a single cab or extended cab. I still want to haul small amounts but id like some big injectors. And I need some other contributing factors to sway me.

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What are you asking? the CCLB has 4 doors and an 8' box. the single cab doesnt have either one of those. LOL they are infact completely different cab wise. Can you make your question a little more specific? Basically your post makes no sense

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I think he's asking if there is a MPG difference with trucks with the different cab styles. i.e. does a RCLB (only way they come I believe) get better mileage than a SCSB, a SCLB, a CCSB or a CCLB? Sounds like he's thinking about giving up his CC for a RC or SC.


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I guess I missed the Mileage word. My bad.

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Yea. Long day. My bad.

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I would say yes. Mine is ex cab 8'. My MPG sux compaired to my friends 04 reg cab. But he is a 6 speed and drives like a baby.

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Yes, each body style differs in mileage because of weight.

My 2wd CCLB will not have as good mileage as a RCLB, but it will get better mileage than a 4wd CCLB.

Weight is one of the many determining factors in mileage.

The type of tires you have can increase or decrease mileage as well... just putting that as an example.

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Well, I get about 21mpg and I am a CCLB FX4 F350 with a semi agressive all terrain tire.

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