deeve

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Looking at the window sticker on the Ford website it appears the Tremor package MPG figured are 19/19/19. Thats a decent drop from a non Tremor. The tires and little lift must impact the fuel economy quite a bit, especially on the highway. Not complaining, just surprised it has that much of an effect.
 

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Looking at the window sticker on the Ford website it appears the Tremor package MPG figured are 19/19/19. Thats a decent drop from a non Tremor. The tires and little lift must impact the fuel economy quite a bit, especially on the highway. Not complaining, just surprised it has that much of an effect.
I have basically the same wheels, tires, and suspension as the Tremor, and 19 seems about right for city. I average below that but I’m only driving about 5 miles a day stop light to stop light and rarely get above 45mph. I still get 23-24mpg on the highway though.
 

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From what Ive seen locally and in Australia concerning the design of those Raptor wheels. They get damaged and scratched very easily when offroading. I thought Ford would of changed that, bc the bends are outward. IMO, they should of redesigned them for the Raptor and the Tremor.

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From what Ive seen locally and in Australia concerning the design of those Raptor wheels. They get damaged and scratched very easily when offroading. I thought Ford would of changed that, bc the bends are outward. IMO, they should of redesigned them for the Raptor and the Tremor.

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I noticed that American Racing has a similar design in the AR915s that start at tire level and go inward instead. They're inexpensive but not sure of the quality/durability.
 
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