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Discussion in 'Polls' started by mudseeker, Feb 16, 2006.
i got it driving again. and... now its 5.
ill be selling it soon.
97 5.7L suburban-10-12(used to get better but when i changed to shift solenoids it went to ****??)
92 rodeo 3.1L v6 4.56 gears 33" swampers-10-12 31" AT-11-14(hoping to stay the same after engine swap)
06 f150 5.4L(work truck with loaded down canopy) 7.5-9 -i have never broke double digits even on long halls on the freeway!!
I got a '99 GMC Sierra and i average about 16 MPG. Get around 13-15 city and anywhere from 17-21 highway. I got 21.7 MPG average on the way to the dunes this year running on premium. That was the best mileage i have had since i had on the stock 245 tires
Short wheel base '94 Chevy C-1500 with a modified 400/4L60E, 3.08 gears and 275-60-15 tires. I do mostly in town driving and if I stay light on the pedal I get just a hair over 18. On the highway with the cruise set at 65 I get about 22.
9 - 15 m.p.g. / "89 G.M.C. 1500 4X4 , Tree - Fif-T V-8 (5.7 for all you canuks),auto-trans , 33s & no cat.
I average 12-13 mpg. 95 K1500 extended cab, automatic, 5.7L 4x4. Which is why I hardly ever drive her...lol
I'm real happy with my 2000 5.3 Z-71, I get 15-18mpg depending on my foot. A couple of trucks ago, I had a built 75 FORD Ranger, ( Gas Tank still behind, the front seat) 460 or really 478CI... IT GOT 7-9 , Up hill, down hill or standing still; but it sure was fun. Sold it for a price I couldn't refuse.
My 93 F/S GMC Ext/Cab with a 5.7 gets around 16 mph on the highway but I have gotten 18 mpg
I use to get 19 on the highway with my 1995 Chevy 4x4, but since I wanted more fun and replaced the heart, I'm at 10-15.
My 2004 cummi s gets around 21 with the wife driving, and 18 with me driving. My 1999 6.5 turbo diesel suburban clocks in right around 18 with 33 inch tires under it. But it is SLOW!!