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Old 06-15-2010, 05:57 AM
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6.0 With 35s Fuel milage???

I have Maxxis Big Horn 35's on stock17's and never got an accurate fuel milage last year when i was running them and was just wondering what you guy averaged? I average a little under 17mpg when running my stock 265's. Getting my 2.5 ReadyLift SST Leveling kit put on today and I would really like to run my bigger tires but I have to drive my truck 27 miles one way to work everyday and do not want to burn my winter mud grips up but they sure would look good. Any input
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i run 35" mickey thompson mtz's and highway driving empty i usually get between 17 and 19.... pullin my 8k travel trailer it drops to around 11... i run extreme race tune as my daily driver, and tow with the canned tow tune... well until this weekend im gonna try and tow with agressive tow.
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I get around 14...
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ya 14 with my 35" with a 4" lift. i could get better if i babied it more. i run extreme race tune
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Im getting anywhere from 17-20 depending on tuning.

Got 15 towing a 8x16 enclosed trailer full of furniture to chicago and back.

Total trailer weight about 6.5k
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:42 AM
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I get 16-ish daily driving (100 miles daily commuting) and with towing anything I stay 10+ (load and terrain dependent).
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