TC payload is a tick below 1700#. Mine scales at 5030# fully loaded. I have seen MPG of low to mid twenties in town.
'08 F350 Super Snow Fighter
'03 F350 Super Snow Fighter
'99 F350 Super Duty
'12 Transit Connect Java Van I don't get muddy, don't get dusty, don't pull trailers, but do play in the snow and ice.
My 2010 TC has a ladder rack on it. I took the ladder off from it because it cost 1-2 mpg. Most of my driving is highway and freeway. Here in Michigan that means 60mph on the highway and 75mph on the freeway. Where I drive can be hilly, never flat for more than a few miles. With that said, the best I ever got for a tank was 23mpg. The worst was just under 20mpg. 75,000 miles on it when I left that job.
Torr "I live where you vacation "
06 F250 King Ranch FX4 Crew 6.0 diesel 4x4 155k miles
4"MBRP SS409Turbo back,SCT3,Sinister Coolant Filter&EGR Delete,Studs,Headgaskets, Upgraded STC,Standpipes,Dummy Plugs, CAT ELC, Blue Fuel Spring, HFCM, Fumoto,Torque App
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Our 2010 has about 16k miles on it, and i believe gets around 22 mpg. Probably be better if your foot wasnt to the floor the entire time, but thats the only way you can get anywhere in it. Barely makes it up some small small CT highway hills here at 70, nevermind with something in the back
We mostly just use it as a transportation for tools/materials to jobs and for errands. the F450s do the work
2003 F350 KR 4x4 - 6.0L
-ARPs, egr delete, coolant filter, blue spring, 4" MBRP, S&B, SRL+, SGII/EV2s, Flight Fab trac bars, 4" lift/35s, empty wallet, etc
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