Thread: F-150 4X4
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Old 08-27-2000, 09:38 AM
plowking35 plowking35 is offline
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Firat you have to figure that your miles driven is more what the odo is reading. The larger tire are throwing off the odometer.Next the 31x10.5 is making the truck work harder, so even tho it is 10% larger than the stock tires, it is causing a drop in fuel mileage,
Going back to the stcok tires, or slightly larger than stock will give you the best mpg.
I am not the biggest and I am not the best but I fall somewhere comfortably in between.
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