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Old 06-12-2013, 05:42 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by TTCamper4 View Post
Have a 08 ram 2500 hd. With 6.7L Cummings towing 8000 TT I get 13 mpg with max speed at 65 towing. Truck by itself on a trip from Florida to Pa I got 20 mpg without towing, in town I normally get 13-15 depends on how hard I get on the turbo
Love the Cummings as I do not have to buy the DEF fluid to put in as well, Cummings has a built in DEF filter that self cleans itself.
Cummins. Cummins. Cummins. Cummins. Cummins.

If also has a DPF, not a DEF filter.

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Old 06-12-2013, 07:51 AM   #16
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I am not bragging, just posting what the computer says for information sake. My Cummins is a 2004, completely stock with 200K on it. I currently tow a Denali trailer that weighs about 7500# loaded. I have not been to the scales yet, but that is a pretty good guess. I have made two long trips, I tow at about 63 mph, in OD, and I am getting about 15 mpg. When I had my much larger Mobile Scout trailer which weighed in at 11K I was getting about 13.5 mpg.

I have had this trk 10 years and I put 20k a year on it which is about 5k towing miles. It would be really hard to complain about the service I have gotten at this point.

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Old 06-12-2013, 07:56 AM   #17
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It'd be interesting to see how far off computers actually are. I know mine is off about 2MPG unloaded, and maybe 1MPG off loaded.
I also rarely run it over 2K RPM, 2200RPM max usually.

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