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FTE 97up - towing
Re: FTE 97up - towing
RE: FTE 97up - towing
Re: FTE 97up - towing
RE: FTE 97up - towing
Re: FTE 97up - towing
FTE 97up - PSD Fuel Filter change
Re: FTE 97up - towing
Re: FTE 97up - towing..oops

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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 08:15:31 -0500
From: bruce yeagle
Subject: FTE 97up - towing

I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
mileage than the power.

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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 06:58:24 -0700
From: "mlester"
Subject: Re: FTE 97up - towing

I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

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From: bruce yeagle
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Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 10:02:36 -0400
From: "Suarez, William"
Subject: RE: FTE 97up - towing

1999 250 PSD Short Bed Super Cab 3.73 rear end. Auto towing a 9,500 lb fifth
wheel. Averaging 11-12 on varied terrain with similiar (18-20) MPG for
normal commuting.

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I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

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From: bruce yeagle
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Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 11:23:24 EDT
From: RSnovi aol.com
Subject: Re: FTE 97up - towing

In a message dated 8/20/99 9:56:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time, mlester pe.net
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i was talking with some guy at barber shop last week and he was jawing about
how he got 22mpg, i was like how you figure that, i mean i get about 17mpg on
the average on the road. I was like oh yea, i bet you got 22 going through
the ozarks too. I dont think he knows how to calculate it correctly. Then
he started in on how accurate the overhead gauge in his lariat was so good,
by then i had put on my rubber boots.

Ross S.

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I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

-----Original Message-----
From: bruce yeagle
To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 10:41:28 -0500
From: Dmoore dmoore.com
Subject: RE: FTE 97up - towing

I must confess that I also keep good records (on paper) and the highest MPG
I have ever gotten was 19 with my 99 F250 PSD CC SWB. The more "typical" is
16-17 with the best milage driving highway at 65 or less.



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i was talking with some guy at barber shop last week and he was jawing about
how he got 22mpg, i was like how you figure that, i mean i get about 17mpg
on
the average on the road. I was like oh yea, i bet you got 22 going through
the ozarks too. I dont think he knows how to calculate it correctly. Then
he started in on how accurate the overhead gauge in his lariat was so good,
by then i had put on my rubber boots.

Ross S.

Date: 8/20/99 9:56:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time
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I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all
uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

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From: bruce yeagle
To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 11:58:33 -0500 (CDT)
From: "Douglas R. Floyd"
Subject: Re: FTE 97up - towing

>
> I must confess that I also keep good records (on paper) and the highest MPG
> I have ever gotten was 19 with my 99 F250 PSD CC SWB. The more "typical" is
> 16-17 with the best milage driving highway at 65 or less.
>

I usually get around 12-15 mpg myself, but that is estimated, and I tend to
drive quick around town, so milage is worse than what it would be normally,
if there is a sane driver at the helm. ;)



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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 12:43:00 -0700 (PDT)
From: Chris Foye
Subject: FTE 97up - PSD Fuel Filter change

What is the proper way to change the fuel filter on
the PSDs. I've been getting a fuel filter idiot light
on occasion, usually under hard acceleration or
climbing a hill. I did drain it and found a few
particles within the drained fuel but, I'm thinking
there more attention is required because it came on
again under hard accelaration.

Thanks,

Chris
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 18:57:28 EDT
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Subject: Re: FTE 97up - towing

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I must confess that I also keep good records (on paper) and the highest MPG
I have ever gotten was 19 with my 99 F250 PSD CC SWB. The more "typical" is
16-17 with the best milage driving highway at 65 or less.



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i was talking with some guy at barber shop last week and he was jawing about
how he got 22mpg, i was like how you figure that, i mean i get about 17mpg
on
the average on the road. I was like oh yea, i bet you got 22 going through
the ozarks too. I dont think he knows how to calculate it correctly. Then
he started in on how accurate the overhead gauge in his lariat was so good,
by then i had put on my rubber boots.

Ross S.

Date: 8/20/99 9:56:47 AM Eastern Daylight Time
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I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all
uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

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From: bruce yeagle
To: 97up-list ford-trucks.com
Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 19:01:03 EDT
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In a message dated 8/20/99 11:46:57 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
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sorry guys! the reply button on this computer i am not used to laptop.

Anyhow i just thought i would say i thought over 20mpg something was blowin
smoke up my chimney, unless something weird is going on. I about told the
guy to go show me how he figured that MPG, with a slide rule or a calculator.

RS

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I must confess that I also keep good records (on paper) and the highest MPG
I have ever gotten was 19 with my 99 F250 PSD CC SWB. The more "typical" is
16-17 with the best milage driving highway at 65 or less.



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i was talking with some guy at barber shop last week and he was jawing about
how he got 22mpg, i was like how you figure that, i mean i get about 17mpg
on
the average on the road. I was like oh yea, i bet you got 22 going through
the ozarks too. I dont think he knows how to calculate it correctly. Then
he started in on how accurate the overhead gauge in his lariat was so good,
by then i had put on my rubber boots.

Ross S.

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I have a 1999 250 PSD long bed Super Cab 3.73 rear, automatic with Snug Top
Shell and pull a 7400 lb trailer.

I live in the mountains and going down hill - in other words when I am
outbound to a destination, I get 12.7 mpg. When coming back home all
uphill
climbing 4000 feet in the last 35 miles, I get 11.5 mpg. There are some
pretty steep sections and no problem holding at 55 miles per hour. Empty I
get 19.9 mpg all highway and 18 mpg mixed.

Love the PSD.

Martial

-----Original Message-----
From: bruce yeagle
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Date: Friday, August 20, 1999 5:25 AM
Subject: FTE 97up - towing


>I have a 1997 f-250 with 3:73 rear end and I tow a fifth wheel trailer
>that weighs apx. 6000 lb... I have towed it to Colorado from Pa. twice
>and I have had no problems with the power although I don't get very good
>mileage ( apx. 6.76 mpg ). The truck and trailer weigh in at apx. 11500
>lb.., if I were to it again I would buy the power stroke, more for the
>mileage than the power.
>
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