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Old 12-13-2020, 09:27 AM   #15
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Our 40' 350 hp loaded pulling a car on a trailer gets about 7.5. that being said my F-150 4.6 pulling the same trailer got 10 mpg. a no brainer to me.
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Over the past two years we did a combination of cross country travel along with periods of workamping when we did not move for a few months at a time.

For those two years our total fuel cost was only $3264.08 for approximately 10,000 miles of travel at 7.7 mpg.

I know I spent way more than $1600 a year just running back and forth to work in my previous working lifestyle.

Relax and travel slowly, fuel costs wonít be an issue.
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About 8-9 mpg seems to be the number most of us come up with.
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