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Old 04-08-2018, 09:46 PM
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I live in NE WI. Every time I travel to or through MN I make sure I fill up there. I see increased mileage over my local pump fuel every time. Both in my 7.3s and my 6.7. I always thought it was maybe the bio-blend. We ran Bio in our KW every chance when it was over the road. 2.6 million miles on the Cat in there and the inside the fuel tanks look like a mirror. Always saw better mileage with the KW on bio over petro too. I dunno. I guess I'm asking as much as suggesting.
 
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And, I live about 40 miles from nearest town. Driving back and forth to town, some local driving, some town driving, etc. I average about 14. BUT.......if I get on a road trip, like driving to WY, MT or such from AZ where it is steady highway driving, I will average like 17.5 for the trip, regens included, some town driving (not much) compared to my normal driving. That is running interstate, some 2 lane, just a normal mix one encounters on a road trip. All at or near posted speed limits.......very seldom run less than posted, most of the time a couple MPH over. 2016 CCLB DRW 3.73 gears. That is with no. 2 fuel. In the winter with blended I get about 1 MPG less.
So with all this being said, I think you are seeing what is normal.
 
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