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Old 12-07-2008, 07:04 AM   #1
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I am looking to buy a used class c and I was wondering about mileage difference between the Chevy 7.4 V-8 and the Ford 6.8 V-10. Any opinons would be appreciated. Brian
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I am looking to buy a used class c and I was wondering about mileage difference between the Chevy 7.4 V-8 and the Ford 6.8 V-10. Any opinons would be appreciated. Brian
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BRIAN: I think the first thing you need to compare is length, overall weight, and most importantly the rear end gear ratio. Also are they both O/D transmissions. I have driven both and found little difference as long as all the factors are the same.
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Thanks, that is what I meant to say, with all things being equal, which had the potential for better mileage. Brian
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