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Old 09-08-2016, 08:02 AM   #11
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Probably won't get much better than that. In fact, that 20 mpg highway is great, I would have to drive 65 mph or less to get that. I am on my 2nd one and they both have been about the same, 17/18 highway (80+ mph) 14-15 city and 10-11 towing my Crusader 315
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18 hwy 65-70
city 15.5 - 16.5
tow 12,500 = 11 - 12.5
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Old 09-08-2016, 09:38 AM   #12
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3.55 Rear end in mine. 4X4 of course.

I lumber along right at 100km/h. Rarely go any faster than that. I'm in no rush.
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Found my 2016 F350 has a sweet spot to getting 22 mpg highway is 65-70 anything more or less it drops, sit in the right lane doing that speed, no need to go faster
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Old 10-09-2016, 07:10 PM   #14
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Just came home from an 1100 mile round trip from near Buffalo to Gatlinburg,Tennessee. I have a 2013 f250 crew cab short box 6.7 with 3.55 rear gear and a 2017 Crusader 295 rst.Trip computer says 11.0 mpg,151 gallons of fuel used. Traveled 70-75 mph most of the time ,Very hilly and mountainous all the way through Pa to Tennessee I love towing with this truck,It rarely down shifts down past 5 gear climbing any of the mountain grades.
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Welcome to the diesel world. I have a 2012 6.7, all the mileage numbers are about the same for mine, both towing and empty. Now I really enjoy towing, its a dream. It will continue to amaze you.
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We just completed a trip to New Jersey. A solid 11.3 MPG. VERY happy with the truck when towing. When not towing the mileage sucks, but it is what it is.
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We just completed a trip to New Jersey. A solid 11.3 MPG. VERY happy with the truck when towing. When not towing the mileage sucks, but it is what it is.

It will get better over time, at 13K I get 22 highway and combo city highway 19.5, towing my 6,000# Roo 14.5 all city 15.9, some say it takes 20K to break them in but I never exceed 75mph, ever and when towing 60-65
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