95 4cyl 5spd MPG?
I just got myself a 95 Wrangler with 53,300 miles on it, and 31x10.5 tires without any lift. (Yes, they do rub on things sometimes, that will hopefully be taken care of soon). Reading the specs I should be getting about 19MPG, however I seem to be getting about 15MPG. Are the bigger tires enough to make that big of a difference? If not, what else should I be looking at? BTW I run super in it.
I have a '95 4 banger, with 31x10.5 Goodyear AT/S tires. I went from 20 mpg to 18 mpg (city) when I went with the larger tires. What kind of tread, and how much pressure are you running? MT/r's would probably be a little less on mileage than all terrains, and lower pressure would also be less mpg.
'95 YJ, "Toy Story", some mods done, some mods on the way.
Thanks for the replies...they are Wild Country Radial TXRs running at 32PSI right now. They were actually studs, and the guy I bought it from took the time to pull all of the studs out because he didn't have the $$ to buy new tires :-)
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