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    1. explorerbeastt

      explorerbeastt New Member

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      I have a 1994 Ford Explorer XL stock everything, is there anything I can add to help improve the MPG? thanks.
       
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      Joe Dirt Explorer Addict

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      Or run a quick search- this is one of those 'discussed ad-nauseum' topics we Explorer owners constantly chat about. :)
       
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      small tires help.
       
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      Not entirely correct. While smaller tires are easier to turn they will make the vehicle turn higher RPM's at cruzing speed eliminating the added bennifit of the reduced load. A narrower tire will reduce fuel consumption due to a smaller foot print causing less drag, but it will also reduce handeling to to the smaller foot print. Its a comprimise.
       

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