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Old 12-01-2008, 11:40 PM   #1
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4.7 Automatic Tundra - November Gas Mileage

Date..............Miles Driven...........Cost..............gallons........ .MPG
11-02-08...........181...................$25.26......... ...10.443.......17.3
11-03-08...........149...................$19.95......... ...08.247.......18.1
11-04-08...........127...................$16.28......... ...06.901.......18.4
11-05-08...........307...................$39.73......... ...16.840.......18.2
11-07-08...........334...................$43.67......... ...18.512.......18.0
11-08-08...........247...................$32.13......... ...13.974.......17.7
11-16-08...........338...................$41.10......... ...20.561.......16.4
11-18-08...........214...................$26.25......... ...13.133.......16.3
11-19-08...........149...................$17.26......... ...08.635.......17.3
11-21-08...........371...................$42.30......... ...21.595.......17.2
11-22-08...........209...................$22.56......... ...11.879.......17.6
11-25-08...........219...................$23.31......... ...12.957.......16.9
11-26-08...........413...................$39.37......... ...22.382.......18.5
11-19-08...........247...................$25.59......... ...14.464.......17.1

15 days driving...3505...................$373.76.......... 261.47.......17.5

That, and the previous MPG charts I've posted were with a stock truck.

December should be fun.
I installed Pulstar Pulse Plugs. They say that alone should yield a mile or two improvement in gas mileage.

I will keep you informed.
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highway, city?

And WOW, thats a lot of mile for a month! Is the Tundra your work truck?
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What REALLY stinks is filling your truck twice in one day. I'm glad you at least didn't have to do that.
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This is the first vehicle I've had with the range to go from The San Francisco Bay Area to Greatrer Los Angeles. Made it from Concord to Van Nuys. Yes, it cost the same to fill up on the way but it is more fon to have to pause only at rest stops.

I use the truck delivering stuff. I work for World Courier Ground.
This morning I'll pick up 460 lbs of cases of wine from American Canyon, an outskirt of Napa, and deliver it, 60 miles away, to a shipping company in Brisbane, tucked in a nook between San Francisco and South San Francisco.
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