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Old 12-16-2007, 12:41 AM   #34 (permalink)
Giant Moving Eco-Wall
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Originally Posted by Lazarus View Post
You ought to put your Jeep in the garage now that you have a fill so we can track it and see what you have done to it. What mods if any have you done so far. I can't find the thread where you talked about it. I think higher tire pressures and eco driving except when mudding right? Is that about 30% over EPA. Not bad for winter although I don't know where you are located to quantify your winter.
Well.. my Jeep was covered in snow this morning and it's snowing right now if that's what you wanted quantified. I've got my tired inflated to the max safe level, and I drive eco anytime I can, and of course that's impossible when I'm slinging mud. I've removed the roof racks, just replaced the spark plugs, and have a "high performance" air fliter. Its too cold right now to mod the Jeep, but I'm gonna try a few things once the weather gets warmer. I'm hoping a nice and good 23 this time around, mostly because of the snow, but its also getting colder, and takes longer to warm up, and my bro likes to be warm in the vehicle.

Yea.. I drive a Jeep and I'm on a fuel economy site, but you just wouldn't understand... "It's a Jeep thing!" *Jeep Wave*

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