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Was wondering what kind of MPG's these bread vans get, both loaded and unloaded. I'd appreaciate knowing this as I might just get rid of my 2005 dodge 3500 and get a bread van to make into a camper rig. I'm not in a hurry when I'm traveling in the winter in the southwest.
 

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These questions have been answered 1000s of times. Go to search function.:idea:
 

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Mine got high teens, loaded or unloaded.. I think a lot of it is gearing. If it were faster I think it'd be better. I've heard a lot of wide ranging numbers on mileage of the bread trucks..
 

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Mine got around 11mpg for 1000 miles when I moved. Not only was the van loaded down pretty good, I was also towing a trailer with a full size van on it. The gross combined wieght was 20K pounds. The van went very slow up the hills. It was in the governed form from Frito Lay.
 
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