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  • crawlin92
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    Yeah the good ol YJ is a gas hog... but then again the 4 hampsters get tired turning 31's. Especially in the wind. Kinda nice though when your going with the wind, big flat ass just pushes along... thats why I want my damn car done, gets much better gas milage, but more difficult to drive. Use that for long trips, use the yeep for fun.

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  • tonkadave
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    WOW I wish I got that kind of miliage. But with A Chevy 350, V8 TH350 AUTO, and 4.11 gears and 35 inch tires I get like 8 miles per gallon. I don't need 4.56's because at 65 mph I'm turning 3200 RPM! What I need is a 700R4!!

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  • avnative
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    How you drive will make a big difference, I just went from home to san onofre the other day with no windows or top, only doors but with the windows down, got just shy of 15 on the way down there and had a bad head wind out of lancaster and palmdale, got almost 16 coming home and stopping at downtown disney. Thats with 4:10's, 33's, and 65 to 75mph..

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  • Jeri Lyn
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    Originally posted by Barker
    Jeeps, aerodynamics of a brick, geared for torque, gas mileage zip
    Wadda you know, you're a DOG

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  • Beatrice
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    Jeeps, aerodynamics of a brick, geared for torque, gas mileage zip

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  • gmac
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    Originally posted by nagal
    Yup yup Jeeps drink gas like no ones business

    The ONLY improvements I have found are:

    1 driver slower (it is a Jeep not a sports car) I rarely go over 70
    2 some brands of gas work better than others (don't know why but Valero constantly gives me better mileage than Shell)
    3 use plain old 87 octance
    4 Leave the top on

    I am averaging 15 mpg with 33s 4.56 gears 4.0l

    thanks everyone,thats what i figured, but it's worth it, it's a jeep!!!

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  • nagal
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    Yup yup Jeeps drink gas like no ones business

    The ONLY improvements I have found are:

    1 driver slower (it is a Jeep not a sports car) I rarely go over 70
    2 some brands of gas work better than others (don't know why but Valero constantly gives me better mileage than Shell)
    3 use plain old 87 octance
    4 Leave the top on

    I am averaging 15 mpg with 33s 4.56 gears 4.0l

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  • Black & Tan TJ
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    Well if your Jeep is brand new it will improve slightly, I think at best I got close to 18mpg but now it's around 15-16 on the highway @70mph w/the A/C on. I had the same set-up when mine was new but now bigger tires 4.56 gears lift... It hard to get good mileage from these Wranglers and please don't buy into the "Snake Oil" things to improve it, most really don't work.
    And like Tam said, she's the queen of good mileage.
    B&T TJ

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  • JeepGal
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    Nothing. Itsa Jeep.

    Shift at and keep it under 2000 rpms, thatll help.

    Tam
    Last edited by JeepGal; 06-29-05, 10:04 AM.

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  • gmac
    started a topic bad gas millage

    bad gas millage

    4 hello jeep lovers!

    a quick question, i have a 05 wrangler x with a 4.0 6 speed,3.73 rear end.the gas millage is terrible 12.5 mpg in town,and not much better on the road,what can be done if anything to help gas millage,i drive reasonable

    thanks
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