I have a 2002 Dodge Dually, CTD, 4x4, extended cab. About 120,000 miles.
It runs fine. Best riding and reliable truck I have ever owned and I tend to
Is it possible to remove the inner rear wheels; just leaving the outer rear
wheels in place without any bad affects? I was thinking that might help with
the fuel mileage a bit. I very rarely carry anything heavy, so, reducing the
load carrying capacity is not a concern.
Thanks for any advice.
I don't know anyone who had gained by doing that, and IMHO, it looks a
The #1 impact on fuel economey is driving style!
That said, there was a guy around here who tried it. He doesn't do it
anymore but I've never asked why he stopped. I suspect the main reason
was that he wasn't seeing any difference in either handling or
No real harm in doing so, but no real gain, either. Unless you spend all
your time driving in a circle, the little bit of tire scrub you'll prevent
won't have an appreciable impact on your MPG. You'll probably gain more MPG
with a tonneau cover than by pulling the inner wheels.
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