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Answered 2010-05-22 17:40:57

The 6.9L IDI Ford diesel - 21mpg highway / 16mpg city

The 7.3L IDI Ford diesel - 21mpg highway / 16mpg city

The 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel - 20mpg highway / 16mpg city

The 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel - 17mpg highway / 15mpg city

The 6.4L Powerstroke Diesel - 16.5mpg highway/ 14.5mpg city

The 6.7L Powerstroke Diesel - 21mpg highway / 17.5mpg city


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14-19 mpg just depends on what kind of drive train

It seems to be around 13/18 city/Hwy


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all in all with the variations of rear ends average of about 15

I think that year it came with the 7.3l and the 6.0l. I have the 7.3l and pull trailer 24/7 (24ft trailer aprox 8000lb gross) in town start and stop, and highway two days a week and get around 11-12 mpg. I'm not heavy on the throttle.

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depending on tire size and gear ratio in axle 15-19 mpg

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depends on setup but 14-20mpg range is about normal

Type your answer here... It all depends on what the gear ratio is, that is in your truck. If you have 4.10 gears then you should get around 09 to 11 mpg. 3.73 gears then you should get around 12 to 14 mpg. 3.55 gears then you should get around 13 to 16 mpg. Hope this helps.

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