Originally Posted by cigars n scotch
Can't say it any better chphilo. You want good gas mileage buy a sedan.
Now, do tow mirrors really affect mileage due to them sticking out a little further this creating some wind resistance? I doubt it is noticeable, but that's the first I've heard anyone say that.
I have factory tow mirrors on my Tundra. i run 38 psi in my 275/65/18 Bridgestone Duellers (wish it had come with the Michelins) and I am easy on the gas pedal. I get over 19 mpg in the summer, usually around 19.3. Country highways, time my stops, keep a little space between me and the vehicle in front of me so I don't have to ride the brakes.
"If a man speaks in the woods, and a woman is not there to hear him, is he still wrong?"
2012 Tundra 5.7 Superwhite regular cab long bed 4X4, ARE V-Series cap, Wet Okole Max-4 HD seat covers with lumbar support, Husky Liners, Line-X, tow mirrors, back-up camera
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