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Old 12-24-2007, 04:04 PM
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Welcome! So how many miles do you have on your 6.7L?
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10,075 miles so far
Dang, we need a mileage Forum........
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How many you got on yours
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Welcome aboard poindexter.
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Hello poindexter, and welcome to the forum!!!

I only have 7000 miles on my truck, but at least I'm getting 15 mpg!!!! I hear thats better than some are getting. Guess I got lucky!!!!
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Old 12-26-2007, 04:22 PM
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Just got somewhere around 2500 on mine and the last tank was 535 miles and 30 gallon.
Not even broke in yet.
That was mixed driving and pulling a 32' Travel Trailer some.
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I've got 7,700 miles and I too am getting 15 which is awesome for a truck with a curb weight of over 6000 LBS, a true 4x4 solid front Axle and not even close to being broke in.

My other (The Queens) truck is an 04 Nissan Titan 4x4 with a Banks cat back and Fram Boost CAI and she gets 18 when I can keep my foot off the floor but she does have the higher geared rearend. The Titan owners with the Big Tow package with the lower geared rear end only report 15mpg and the same goes for the new Tundra owners.
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Thats pretty good the closest ive got so far to that is 14.3
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