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Old 09-27-2018, 12:38 AM   #6
Travelin' Texans
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THOR #3610
I had an older ('08-09) Ford F350 4x4 with toolboxes full of tools that on a good day downhill with a tail wind would get 8 mpg, towed a small tractor with a brush hog attached on a gooseneck trailer & got 6 mpg.
The newer ones have probably been tuned differently, but I still wouldn't be too hopeful of getting 10 mpg consistently.
The only class of rv you might do better than 10 mpg will be a class B with the diesel engine, but with those you'll have to step outside to change your mind.
Danny & Linda
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