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Old 03-29-2015, 09:50 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by esfritzi View Post
What kind of mileage should I expect without a TOAD traveling in a variety of terrains? I was hoping for 10 mpg. Can you recommend a good TOAD vehicle. I'll be in the market for a new (used) car and I figured I might as well look at a TOAD now, versus down the road when I'm traveling 3 to 4 months per year.
I doubt you will see a change with or without. Most diesels are wasting power waiting on something to tow

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Thanks, everything I've read about the 3126 talks about the good reliability and how it has been a workhorse of the CAT lineup. I usually put my cruise on 60 mph and enjoy everything going by. One thing I'm never going to be is in "a hurry". I won't be hitting the road for any length of time for another couple of years.
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Maybe late but here is a Owners Guide for coach and below in my signature are links to many more for your Newmar.
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