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Old 10-15-2013, 10:57 PM
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You might not want to hear this, but the best way to improve MPGs is to go back to stock wheels, tires, and no lift! LOL You might gain a couple of MPGs with a tuner or intake, but the real problem is the larger tires and the loss of aerodynamics created by the lift kit. THe larger rims and tires add hundreds of extra pounds that you now have to push around. Sorry - I don't know how many times I read about people complaining about poor MPGs after they add big tires and a lift kit!
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