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My bet is on the tires and wheel bearings. I went from a new alluminium fontaine (8% better fuel economy per manufacturer) to an old all steel step deck with a solid plate behind the drives (also 5000lbs heavier)...and my mpg got better. The difference is that the flat tires had 136rr and the newstep ones are under 100around 80.
My bet is on the tires and wheel bearings. I went from a new alluminium fontaine (8% better fuel economy per manufacturer) to an old all steel step deck with a solid plate behind the drives (also 5000lbs heavier)...and my mpg got better. The difference is that the flat tires had 136rr and the newstep ones are under 100around 80.

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My bet iisis on the tires and wheel bearings. I went from a new alluminiunalluminium fontaine (8% better fuel economy per manufacturer) to an old all steel step deck with a solid plate behind the drives (also 5000lbs heavier)...and my mpg got better. The difference is that the flat tires had 136rr and the new ones are under 100.
My bet iisis on the tires and wheel bearings. I went from a new alluminiunalluminium fontaine (8% better fuel economy per manufacturer) to an old all steel step deck with a solid plate behind the drives (also 5000lbs heavier)...and my mpg got better. The difference is that the flat tires had 136rr and the new ones are under 100.

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Original post by: Jerzy ,

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My bet iis on the tires and wheel bearings. I went from a new alluminiun fontaine (8% better fuel economy per manufacturer) to an old all steel step deck with a solid plate behind the drives (also 5000lbs heavier)...and my mpg got better. The difference is that the flat tires had 136rr and the new ones are under 100.

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