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Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic Region' started by camarochevy1970, Jan 30, 2012.
Just got home, round trip 354 miles.
Yes - it's always too short!
And......the Beast is back!
Wish I could have been there... Sitting here at work instead
203 miles for me. I spent $43 in fuel to have $10 slice of meatloaf. It was worth every penny.
Great to see everyone again!
If its the same crew next year, maybe we ought to find a place in Somerset- give you guys a break on the drive.
About 300 round trip for us.
Cody, I can now answer your question. I got 20 mpg with the A/c running for the entire trip, including the no highway driving we did on the way home after we got off of 70
Also, this was the 8th year we have done this. When we make it to year 10, I am buying everyone 10 year anniversary t-shirts lol
See I'm not kidding I get 18-19 MPG with the ranger.
That's it I'm getting a fullsize 4x4 truck.....
What size motor is yours?
I got into Irwin around 11pm last night.
Been gathering up parts for the bronco today and found out that the last little piece I need is from Fastenal and they will have to order them too.
Oh well, last night was a well needed break from the bronco and work!
As for next year we will have to see, I'll be a little further away from here if things go according to plans.
Cody it's got the 5.3
With a giant "Super Ron" head shot on it? Or perhaps a list of all the vehicles you've brought to the dinners, but that would have to go front and back, I think.
22.9mpg for me (242 miles, 10.57 gallons), mostly all highway and "country roads," average speed was 57mph, according to the GPS Speedo app I was using to verify the CableX setup (0.7% fast on the Odo, 1-2mph slow on the needle...) I stopped at Sheetz to check it once back home. Even with the new U14 gauge set, it's still typical GM- gas gauge was just above half when I filled it.
Now that the driveline vibration is fixed, I would swear that I don't have to lean on the throttle as hard...