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Old 04-10-2010, 07:15 PM
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What are you guys with 2010 4X2 expeditions with 3.31 rear ends and 18 inch tires seeing for highway mileage?

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I'm not sure that anybody in this area has that configuration. Only guy I remember with a 2010 model was a EL I believe
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As they didn't change any of the motor/trans I would assume it's the same as the rest of us. 14-16 city, 18-20 hwy.
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As they didn't change any of the motor/trans I would assume it's the same as the rest of us. 14-16 city, 18-20 hwy.
I did not know if the 3.31 rear end was new for 2010 or not. BTW, it gets better than 20 hwy.

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I'd think the 3.31 axles would bet better than 20 as I can squeeze 20 out of my 3.73s.

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I have gotten close to 22 going to Vegas one time. It is possible.
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I have gotten close to 22 going to Vegas one time. It is possible.
Now what fun is that, you drive a 3+ ton monster, get that baby cruising.

I think I talked about it in the other thread, but my 2010 EL w/3.73s(obviously) manages about 15-16 mpg on mildly hilly Iowa roads at 80 mph.
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Now what fun is that, you drive a 3+ ton monster, get that baby cruising.

I think I talked about it in the other thread, but my 2010 EL w/3.73s(obviously) manages about 15-16 mpg on mildly hilly Iowa roads at 80 mph.
I know. That was doing 70-80mph. I think we had a bit of wind at our tail too. Coming back into the wind at the same speeds I couldn't get more than 20.5 or so.
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i just posted this in another thread, wish i read this one first.

2010 regular length, 4x2, 3.31 w/ factory 20's the wife gets 16-17 in the city. haven't taken any road trips yet. (that's what the excursion is for....)
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I'd think the 3.31 axles would bet better than 20 as I can squeeze 20 out of my 3.73s.

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Where we live & with the type of driving we do, I would bet money we would get better mileage with 3.73s than with the 3.31s. Wife's is a 2010 4x4, 3.31s & 20s and 6th gear is a joke. It shifts in & lugs then you hit an incline & it drops a gear. I'd give anything to have something lower in ours. The part that that's really sad is it has the "heavy towing package".
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Just got back from a 1800 mile trip and best tank was 21.4 (hand calculated) at 70 mph with cruise. I still have less than 4K on the OD and it might get a little better when it is broken in.

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