So what would be ideal for my jeep? I have 32in tires, 3.73 gears and no heavy equipment. Should I be shifting gears right at 2k, or take it to the mid 2k?
This is all sort of making sense to me. Being that my TJ is back in Texas and I'm in Germany I can't test the theories. I'm running 31X10.5X15's on a 4.0 running factory gears on a D35 in the rear. What's the best mileage you've had on 31's in what gear? Assuming you run 31's.
Not much motion in the ocean, but I'm the captain.
Originally Posted by sxysouthtx View Post
Follow what this link says.
I didn't take the time to read all the responses, but one of the best ways to get the best milage possible is to have a vacuum gauge, and then drive to maintain the highest vacuum possible. Engine vacuum is basically measure the load the engine is under. When you minimize the load (hi vacuum) your milage will be optimized. You'll be amazed how just a little throttle will lower vacuum.
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