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Old 07-28-2015, 05:55 PM   #11
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When mine was new I got 8 mpg. Now that it has 80,000 miles on it I get 7 mpg. That's going between 60 and 65 mph.
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Old 07-28-2015, 06:00 PM   #12
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Not a Tundra, but my 5.7 Hemi w/90K miles got 9-10 towing & 16-17 commuting @ 65mph... It blew-up @ 96K miles & Ram replaced it under their 100K powertrain warranty... With only 3K miles on the new engine I now only get 7.5-8.5 towing & 14-15 commuting. It will likely take a couple years to get my old mileage back but I figure I'm good to go for another 100K miles w/new engine on fairly rust-free 2011 TV...

Prior to the Ram my DW & I have only owned Toyotas & Hondas... Would have loved to get a Tundra w/5.7 but the payload wouldn't handle our family of 5 & 8,500 lb. (loaded) TT... My inlaws just gave their Toyota Avalon w/200K miles to my sister & everything still works great... If Toyota made a 3/4 ton I would be first in line!
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Old 07-28-2015, 06:04 PM   #13
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Pull my 10,000 lbs TT to grande canyon from Alabama and to yellow stone no worries
Got pics? 10k wow that's a little over isn't it?
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