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JBTires

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Jul 4, 2019
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Hey all, bill here. I’ve got a 2018 eco diesel- love it. Laramie, crewcab, long bed, 3.92 gears, leveled with bilstein 5100’s, 17 method nv bronze wheels, Lt305/70/17 Nitto ridge grappler tires, hellwig rear sway bar, timber grove enterprises air bags, amp steps, and a pedal commander. Still adding goodies as I go- any info on cool parts to add power/ mpg’s or anything to help keep the motor running the best it can be would be great! Currently averaging 17-18mpg around town, 23 highway. Thanks!
 

BoostN

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Jul 27, 2013
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Welcome! I'd recommend tuning the truck to at least enjoy the extra power and perhaps add more smiles per gallon, or if you're a good driver more miles per gallon :) Engine tuning will allow you to take away some restrictive hard parts like the EGR/DPF, etc.
 

JBTires

New Member
Jul 4, 2019
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Truck Year
2018
Welcome! I'd recommend tuning the truck to at least enjoy the extra power and perhaps add more smiles per gallon, or if you're a good driver more miles per gallon :) Engine tuning will allow you to take away some restrictive hard parts like the EGR/DPF, etc.
Problem is I’m in California- looked into the gde tune but can’t get it shipped here... bummer!
 
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