|03-13-2012 01:30 PM|
I have to admit though, I really do not care about the mileage in the rig. It's built the way I want it, and it is up to the task.
|03-13-2012 01:10 PM|
|devicemanager||My '12 JKUR/4.10/36's (measure 35.75" @ 27psi) - 13mpg|
|03-13-2012 10:32 AM|
'07 JKU on 37's. Sees trails about every other weekend. 14mpg. If I do a lot of highway driving 16mpg. Upping the wheeling to every weekend, drops to 13mpg.
|03-13-2012 10:27 AM|
|pluke the 2||
with 35s and 373s i got 13
with 37s and 373s i got 12-13
with 37s and 513s i get about 11.5
i do all city though. jeep is a two door automatic
superchips, jetchip, airraid, throttle body, catback exhaust, headers
|03-13-2012 07:58 AM|
|03-13-2012 07:26 AM|
|HookmCowboys||Im avg 12-13 here in the high country of Naples Fl & get 10-12 all summer in Colorado on 37" w 5:13 gears|
|03-13-2012 07:20 AM|
|03-13-2012 07:18 AM|
|c0d3x5||ive avg 0 all week now|
|03-13-2012 07:17 AM|
|kbwwolf||I average 15's with 35" tires.|
|03-13-2012 07:13 AM|
i'd probably throw out... if you can afford to run 37's on a DD you probably don't need to worry about the price of gas....
|03-13-2012 06:14 AM|
|daggo66||It obviously affects it negatively and worse than 35's. I would imagine it would be in the very low double digits.|
|03-13-2012 06:00 AM|
Gas mileage on 37s?
Just like the title says, how do 37 inch tires affect your gas mileage from stock? or compared to 35s even?