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Old 07-04-2015, 04:20 AM   #61
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5000 miles traveled from CT to SD. Average mpg was 11.7 towing a 2014 38CK with a 2013 Ram 2500 mega can with the Cummins diesel. Effortlessly towed with plenty of power to spare. The trailer is 16200 gross weight
The OP is asking about a Georgetown motorhome, in the Georgetown sub-forum and not about 5th wheels.
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Error on my part. Can someone delete my post
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In my 2014 GT335 I always run with the engine in Tow Haul mode, whether towing the MKX behind or not. I did some tests and found that i get better mpg when in TH mode. I average 7.5MPG with the MKX behind, don't make many trips without it but get 11MPG without the toad. Only time i take it off of TH is when going through hilly country and going down the hill it wants to gear down to slow down, when i want to let it roll with momentum to help get up the next hill.
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