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Old 03-05-2004, 02:22 PM   #11
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Sorry. I start to exaggerate with the thought of going to Carbondale!
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for some reason i thougt we had a 16 gallon
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Old 03-05-2004, 04:43 PM   #13
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i always wondered what size tank we had cause i am really tryin to see how much i am goin to spend there and back oh well i guess i can charge my sis and her 2 friends 40 dollars each and that would be enough and some extra change
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All I know is that the 1993 Bonneville SSE has a 18 gallon tank, but you can find out by looking in the owners manuel if you dont belive me
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18 gals .....since i live above ya in CANADA lol i`ve squeezes 1085 klm`* out my tank ....i think thats 500 -600 miles worked out to 36 mpg @ 110-115 kph .....70 mph+ not going over 100 mph was checkin to see how much can one get outa tank when drivin speed limit .......... what ever that means i thought speed limit was where my speedo ended
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Doood, that is just wrong on to many levels.

They ended up with 40 mpg thru Michigam (about a 3hr stretch). I think they spent 6 bux for like 3 gallons, so from Indiana at breakfast to the CDN border at Port Huron (generally)

Jason is sitting right beside me, so its all accurate mileage...
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