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Old 06-12-2018, 09:05 PM
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Ever seen one like this. '01 SuperCrew Lariet 5.4 Auto. 117k mi. Untouched, been like this since I got it a year ago. Runs very smooth, lots of power and getting 16 to 17 mpg in town.
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Ever seen one like this. '01 SuperCrew Lariet 5.4 Auto. 117k mi. Untouched, been like this since I got it a year ago. Runs very smooth, lots of power and getting 16 to 17 mpg in town.
Looks pretty stock. Pic is too close to tell anything.
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Trick question I expect...I'll bite, -Yes.
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A bit confused... Are you implying that your exhaust tip is netting you 16 to 17 mpg?
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Looks like a pretty clean burn-(?)- special oil?, special fuel?,- loosing coolant?, any codes?
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I would like to get that kind of mileage in my rig....I get 10 in town, though my trips are short trips, 20 on highway
what brand gasoline are you using?
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Cenex 87
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no Cenex here, we have chevron and others though
my tailpipe does look similar to yours as far as being clean
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Come on, if he meant it being clean, I'm sure he would of mentioned it.
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Yes. I'm just amazed how clean inside of pipe is. No black, no nothing. Just little dusting of rust from water.
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