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Old 09-25-2010, 09:23 PM
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BC 2011 Owners - 6.7 Mileage #'s

I'm in the LM and I seem to be getting around 16.5-18mpg/Imperial gallon combined daily driving and around 13.5 Imperial, towing 7000lbs. Thats up the Coq to Kamloops area and the Hope Princeton to Penticton area, passing all the way. What are others seeing?

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I don't think any of the members here have 2011 6.7L's yet.

Personally, I am going to drive my reliable 5.4L for another few years and see how the 6.7L works out.

I will say that your mileage sounds pretty good.
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thats sounds mighty close to what the 6.0L can run
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Post 6.7 SD Fuel Mileage

I've had my new SD for19 days and im on my 4th tank but I got 15.5 on first 17.3 on 2nd and16.6 on my 3rd tank so far extremely pleased with the truck unbelievable power, really comfortable seats and I've never been in a truck this quiet had to turn the radio down and re beep the horn because I didnt hear it the first time while the radio was playing. I saw somewhere that this truck was quiter inside than a certain Lexus model . For some reason I am having a hard time getting factory molded mud flaps from my local dealer ,I am neurotic about all that dirt and mud splashing up on my brand new truck.
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Hi Shotblast, and welcome to the BC chapter.

It is good to hear all these reviews, I wish I could afford to buy a new truck, but that is not going to happen in the near future.

As for the mud flaps, I would recomend Airhawk mudflaps. They are made from a heavy rubber with a stainless plate in the bottom to add looks and weight too keep them from flapping in the wind. They will hold up way better then the Ford molded mud flaps and look better. Personally, I went with their Universal ST mudflaps. You can see them on the top of page 44 for Interior Offroad's catalog.
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I do alot of towing and these work very good at keeping the rocks from hitting my horse trailer when I get on the back roads

Oh, and where abouts in BC do you live? Feal free to join in on our monthly BS thread at http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...ml#post9533960
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Thanks for the speedy reply I will look at these flaps. I live in Pennsylvania near Philadelphia but I ride a 700 xcsp polaris in the northern Pa. mountains (very limited season)
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