And once you factor in the price of diesel.... I get 17 hwy and 15 city with
my 98 Ram 1500 SLT Larimie 2 wheeldrive with auto and 5.9L but I have to run
89 octane or it pings up a hill or under a load (92,000 miles). Got slightly
better milage with Load range E tires inflated to 80 psi, and suprisingly,
the ride wasn't much rougher (meaning I doubt I could tell the difference at
60 mph on I-5) but I didn't get them this time because they weren't cost
A coworker has an '06 2500 crew cab longbed with the manual and 3.73 rear
end and he claims he's "averaging" 24 on his daily commute (mostly highway
miles). It wouldn't surprise me either. I've ridden with him a couple
times and he really babys it way more than I ever would.
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