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Old 10-02-2019, 11:07 AM #1
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Gas mileage (calculated) + tire size/type + gearing info - what are you getting?

I have a sticker sr5 prem, 2019... and boy oh boy already eyeing some 285s! My old daily jeep (now kids mom uses it) is on 37s... so these little stockers are tiny!

It's my daily driver, 3rd row for the (4) kids. I drive about 1 tank a week (380ish miles) debating going to a larger tire, but if I spend another 100 a month on gas, might debate it.

So I ask

Vehicle model
Vehicle miles
Tire type
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Gearing (stock or not)
Driving style
Average mpg (calculated)

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Been using Fuelly since the 2,250 ODO mile mark, and averaging 17.5mpg
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Vehicle model: 2016 SR5
Vehicle miles: 80K
Tire type: POS tires that came on it from the dealership
Tire size: 265/70R17
Gearing (stock or not): Stock
Driving style: Moderate for the most part.
Average mpg (calculated): The last 10K miles on Fuelly is 20.3. That is a lot of highway miles at 80-85
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Vehicle model 2103 Trail
Vehicle miles 85,000
Tire type Nitto Ridge Grappler
Tire size 305-70r17
Gearing non stock 4:56
Driving style moderate I guess?
Average mpg Scanguage says 13.1 With more highway I can see 15 sometimes
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Vehicle model: 2016 TE
Vehicle miles: 50k
Tire type: Wildpeak AT
Tire size: 285/75r17
Gearing (stock or not): 4.56's
Driving style: Moderate? I keep it under 70 on the interstate and don't treat it like a race car.
Average mpg (calculated): 12.5-13
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2015 SR5
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Last 4k miles: 17.0 MPG (Split ~50/50 city/highway)

Also running a pedal commander on City (-5) which is the best money Ive spent so far.
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MPG now on my2016 runner stock wheels/tires 19MPG city / hyway ..
just did a 250mile trip reads 21MPG..

when new I only got 17MPG max... driving over 75MPG the runners drop on MPG.. wind resistance ..
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Vehicle model: 2016 TE
Vehicle miles: 50k
Tire type: Wildpeak AT
Tire size: 285/75r17
Gearing (stock or not): 4.56's
Driving style: Moderate? I keep it under 70 on the interstate and don't treat it like a race car.
Average mpg (calculated): 12.5-13
Curious if you're running stock front/rear bumpers? Might be a good addition to add to the OP template as well
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Curious if you're running stock front/rear bumpers? Might be a good addition to add to the OP template as well
Stock front and rear bumpers, but I am running a Wilco tire carrier and a list of other heavy things.
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Vehicle model - 2014 LE....lots of mods & additional weight....see signature
Vehicle miles - 50k
Tire type - Wildpeak A/T3W
Tire size- 285/70R17
Gearing (stock or not) - stock
Driving style - moderate
Average mpg (calculated) - 15-15.5mpg mostly city driving.
Flat highway 75-78mph can get 17mpg.
But if there are any hills at 75-78mph & cruise control with 285's the truck will kick-out of overdrive quite a bit and your mileage can be less...in the 14's. This is the biggest thing I noticed going to 285's
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2015 BroPro
Vehicle Miles: 70k
Gearing: Stock
No added weight

Tire Type: 265/70/17 Nitto Terra Grappler
Driving Style: Moderate/Aggressive (80+ intersate)
MPG 50/50 City/Hwy: 16.5
Fulltank Estimate reads: 315miles

Current tire Type: 270/70/17 BFG KO2
Driving Style: Moderate/Aggressive (80+ interstate)
MPG 50/50 City/Hwy: 13.7
Fulltank Estimates reads:276 miles
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Vehicle model: 2017 SR5
Vehicle miles: 60k
Tire type: Toyo AT2
Tire size: LT265/70R17
Gearing: Stock
Driving style: 95% on-road. 60% city, 40% highway
Average mpg (calculated): 17.5

Chart for proof ;).

First red line switched stock tires to AT2's
Second red line added rock sliders, roof rack, ladder
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Vehicle model: 2019 TRD OR Prem.
Vehicle miles: 7K
Tire type: OEM Dunlops at 38psi (most people keep their tires low)
Tire size: 265/70R17
Gearing (stock or not): Stock
Driving style: Moderate for the most part.
Average mpg (calculated): I have put every tank into Fuelly and it says 21.2. (click the link below, the image is incorrect)

Best tank is 22.5 but my scangauge has shown some trips to be 25+

I've never gotten below 20mpg. My worst tank was driving 75 in northern Alabama. I typically try to keep it under 70.

Tips: The sweet spot is 45-55mph. Accelerate moderately enough to keep the eco light on.
Air up your tires
Invest in a scangauge to track each trip and keep an eye on individual tire pressure
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Only have figures in stock configuration. Not enough miles yet to tell after modding everything

Vehicle model: 2019 TRD ORP
Vehicle miles: 2880
Tire type: Stock Duellers
Tire size: 265/70-17
Gearing (stock or not): Stock
Driving style: Mostly work commuting, 14 miles to work every day, mix of stoplights and highway, I don't baby it but don't drag race between stoplights either
Average mpg (calculated): 17.0 mpg

After the mods, in daily driver configuration, she weighs 980 lbs more than stock, 33" vs 31.5" tires, 4.56 gears, cat-back exhaust, improved air cleaner, I will admit I have not been driving consistently enough to worry about mileage. I'll post back when I've racked up a few more tanks.

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