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02-19-2019 04:33 PM
gozag 2017 with the 3.31 rear end avg about 15.4.

Highway 17
Town 13

If you're not planning on pulling anything too heavy I definitely recommend that rear end if you're concerned about fuel economy. Still pulls the boat at 70 but unloaded does a little better than a 3.55 or a 3.73 on fuel
02-18-2019 01:09 PM
Robert.Parson
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Originally Posted by flatsboy View Post
I am about ready to pull the trigger on a new F250 with Power Stroke. I'm not interested in lifting it, maybe a leveling kit. What kind of Highway Mileage and city mileage are you guys seeing, not pulling a trailer?
Flatsboy
Just keep in mind that stated fuel mileage is really subjective.
My 03 Excursion can get 22 MPG, calculated over 220 miles. Wife was driving. Gentley. 55 mph, mostly down hill, southbound into Mexico with a North wind behind us and a light load.
By computer, she got 25,
ME ? 17 if I'm lucky.. I'm just a heavier foot.
Even when hand calculating fuel mileage. Pump to pump differences can be substantial. Valero pumps are super slow compared to Bucees.
And idle time is another factor.
And gearing. I think there are 4 or 5 different gear ratios in just the last 10 years. 2 different gears for Excursions.
4x4 or not makes a slight difference as well.

Just wanted to put that out there.
Not trying to invalidate anything anyone has stated.
02-18-2019 12:25 PM
acoastalbender
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Originally Posted by FISHER WYLIE View Post
I just bought a 2019 f250 with the 6.2 gasser without a regret. 14 in town driving
12-13 on highway doing 80
9 pulling a 16 ft stock trailer or 23 ft bay boat. Have 15,000 miles with stock tires.
Great truck with plenty of power.


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Just about the same on my '15 with 38k miles and bone stock ... this is a great combo for me and love it ...
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02-16-2019 08:33 PM
will-billy 2018 averages 16
12-15-2018 10:52 AM
fishin shallow Put 35's on and dropped from 17 to 14 mph on the highway. Ordered a tuner to try and get a few mpg back.
12-11-2018 08:55 AM
Reynolds4 Hand calculated two tanks just recently. 15.5 commuting to work and home. 14.5 highway 75-80 mph.
Stock height. 35x12.50R20 all terrains
12-11-2018 08:13 AM
Spots and Dots 2017 f250 with leveling kit and 35x12.5
i get 16.5 commuting from Katy to downtown and around 13 on the highway with the cruise set at 80.
Hauling my Ranger I get 12ish.
12-10-2018 08:09 PM
H2
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Originally Posted by fishin shallow View Post
15 in the city and 17 on the highway

11.5 regardless of the size of the trailer

this is on a 2018

My 2017 about the same.
12-10-2018 06:57 PM
FISHER WYLIE I just bought a 2019 f250 with the 6.2 gasser without a regret. 14 in town driving
12-13 on highway doing 80
9 pulling a 16 ft stock trailer or 23 ft bay boat. Have 15,000 miles with stock tires.
Great truck with plenty of power.


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12-10-2018 06:40 AM
Reel Cajun
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Originally Posted by paragod View Post
TX1823 us going to be the norm mine was same way some say better some worst but those numbers are spot on. After diesels since 1999 Im considering going back to a big gaser my 18 is headed back to shop in 9k mls for 3 rd time
Just got out of a 2015 with 127,000 miles that had never seen the shop and so far the same with the 2017.
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