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Old 07-08-2015, 04:48 AM   #31
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2015 2500hd silverado wt 6.0

I have a 35 ft 5th wheel 14000+ loaded and I get 8 to 9 towing on flat ground and 12 to 14 non towing. The truck handles the weight really good. The truck has 410 rear end 6.0 gas and 6speed od transmission. I really enjoy the truck.
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Old 07-08-2015, 05:28 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by aceinspp View Post
I get 8 steady with my 6.0 2500 chevy 2015 with 4.10 gear. I get 18 to 19 non towing.

Before I got the new chevy I had almost bought the Dodge ram 2500 with the 6.4 gas, just wonder what kind of mileage this would have gotten.

For those buying the diesels can you justify the tv price you pay and how long is it going to take you to recoup the cost. I couldn't as this is not my main transportation. Later RJD
I got a new Ram 2500 6.4L/4.10 in March. just got back from a 700 mile roundtrip towing 6000 lbs. I got right at 10.2 average with as high as 14 at times and as low as 8 on the flat FL roads. Not towing I get about 16-17.

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