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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by DirtMerchant, Apr 5, 2010.
Thats not bad at all snow plowing has to be the hardest thing on fuel mileage there is
yes it is, i dont even bother calculating mileage from november-march for any of our trucks
That's pushing less then 5cm or 2" of snow, with not salt/sand in the back.
The old trucks with a load of sand, doing the same job uses less fuel.
Next year when both trucks run 8-14 hours a day 7 days a week I think they will really notice the difference.
You should be Snowmerchant
Burn through 572 litres of fuel last night. Started at 11pm, and ended at 11.30 am
Forgot to plug in my block heater, and my engine wouldn't start
Now I sleep for the next four hours, then head to the dentist.
Our international 4900 with dt466 needs fuel every 4-5 hours too and its an 89
Nope its not even intercooled
Oh. The old international is single intercooled, the newer is twin turbo intercooled
Here it is opening a road back up in the morning but right now its in the shop I just put new springs on the front and today I put a new oil pan on it while I wait on the radiator to get recored