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2000 f350 v10 gas miliage

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by Dirt_Werx, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. Dirt_Werx

    Dirt_Werx Senior Member
    from MASS
    Messages: 130

    just wondering if anyone knows what to expect for milliage from a 2000 f350 with a 6.8 v10 engine 4x4 with stock tires and no modifications, any input is greatly appreciated, thanxs again

    DELBERT Member
    Messages: 41

    I have a 2000 f350 4x4 v-10 34000 miles 373 rear end single cab auto cover over the box I get 13mpg city driving and 8-10 mpg pulling or plowing if the tach goes over 2000 it will drop more
  3. Dirt_Werx

    Dirt_Werx Senior Member
    from MASS
    Messages: 130

    thanx delbert for the info, anyone else interested in leaving there milliage/economy, plus any reviews of the engine would be much appreciative, thanx again
  4. fordboy

    fordboy Senior Member
    Messages: 300


    I have a 2000 v10 4wd crew with 3.73ls and I get about 9 mixed driving everyday and 6 plowing
  5. plowzilla

    plowzilla Senior Member
    Messages: 289

    Same here, 10 to 12 normal driving and 5-7 plowing.
  6. plowman350

    plowman350 Senior Member
    Messages: 125


    2003 F350, V-10 Crew cab. - all original equip.

    Highway: 13mpg (with hard top tonneau cover installed)

    City: 7-9mpg (regardless of if you're towing a trailer or not)

    Plowing: 5mpg -

    Gas bills suck......but you'll never "over-work" a V-10!

    I would buy a V-8 if I had the choice today...just becuase of the gas. But gas was cheaper last year, and I found the right truck at the right time.
  7. Dirt_Werx

    Dirt_Werx Senior Member
    from MASS
    Messages: 130

    thanks for all the info guys, plowman- exactly how i feel, much rather a v8 gas job at this point, under 2 bucks a gallon for reg unleded and diesel is still like 2.60$, so a v8 gas is just what i am looking for, just happened to come across a good deal with a V10 gas and wanted to investigate, anyway i think ill keep looking thanks again guys
  8. Smitty58

    Smitty58 Senior Member
    Messages: 223

    I have a 05 F-350 srw 4x4 with the 4.10 rearend. I get a consistant 11 mpg. I just filled and put 160 miles since last fill up and used 14.6 gal. It currently has a full skid (49 bags at 50lbs each) in the bed. I can't believe there is that much difference between the 05 and one a couple of yrs old. Would I buy another V-10, yes without hesitation the power is worth it.