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I had to run out to the sticks tonight and reset my trip B computer before I left. Two lane highway at 55mph, and I was very, very easy on the gas from stops. I am not normally that easy on the gas, but I though I would give it a try tonight. I can get 19mpg without issue most of the time, but that last 2mpg you really have to work at it to get it!

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I haven't been able to get over 20mpg with the stock tune, however running the Edge Tunner I'm able to get around 21. That's running 275/70 BFG All Terrains KO also!
 

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21 is easily attainable for me. I don't know if its my climate or what. Mostly all country roads, and highway, some stop and go. This is over the 1600+ miles I've had the truck Vehicle Electronics Auto part Car Multimedia
 

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I have been getting high teens now that the warm weather is here; no wind and flat highway conditions and I average 20.2mpg at 60-65mph give or take on the speed.
 

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You guys are starting to make me feel like I fail. I was getting high 19's at freeway speed, but I sure had to drive nice at 60mph to get that 21. I got the truck last fall so maybe winter gas has had an effect.
 

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I am only averaging around 16 driving at 75. My overall average on the 3500 miles so far is just 15.2
 

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I will go ahead and assume this has a lot to do with climate and terrain as well. For what it's worth, mine is mostly flat ground with rolling hills, no mountains or anything.
 

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Damn all of you! Haha im lucky for 14.5 on the highway and thats with keeping my foot out of it! I guess thats the price i've got to pay to be on 35s lol. Average 12.5 both city and highway.
 

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Well 4x4 and big tires won't get you mileage. Ours is two wheel and all stock.
Me too!

I have just noticed about 1.5 mpg increase in the city. I am assuming its a combination of engine break-in and warmer weather. I love my 2wd truck, but im sure that come winter there will be a handful of days that I wish for 4wd. 300 days of better fuel economy and increased towing capabilities make me happy with our decision to go with a 2wd truck.

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This is my normal. But I also seem to have a little more miles then you guys lol. Break in all done and mostly freeway driving but I had a chance to snap a pic for y'all to know what 50k still offers for mpg.

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