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I absolutely love my truck, it's my first diesel and my first PSD. Sorry I waited so long to get one!!



Welcome army! Congrats on the truck.

And another dually, too.
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I absolutely love my truck, it's my first diesel and my first PSD. Sorry I waited so long to get one!!


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Thanks Redboat.

I'm up to 101,000 now, no major events happened. I always expect a y2k type scenario where all heck breaks loose but nothing, just more happy.
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Thumbs up Still going strong!!!

215,000km in Canuck or 133,594 miles in American!!
Solid as a rock.
I'm now doing around 8,000km a month or just under 5000 miles.
Had to do the water pump but I was hauling my 42' toy hauler through the Rocky Mountains in 40 C or 104 F and let my coolant get low so it was my own fault.
Put the Titan tank in, HID bulbs and the new Rigid 20" light bar with hyperspot.
Been off this site for quite a while but back in action!!

This bad boy still runs like she's new!! Love my baby!!!
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Just picked up a used '13 350 DRW with 45,700 miles on it. Truck drives like it's brand new even though I know it was driven hard towing a large 5'er. Only issue on check up was replace front brakes and rotors and a small leak from the lower radiator hose. (DEF filler tube I'll blame on the previous owner) ;-)
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Thanks Redboat.

I'm up to 101,000 now, no major events happened. I always expect a y2k type scenario where all heck breaks loose but nothing, just more happy.
We need ruschejj to update this quote! Less than 10,000 miles later he had a complete engine replacement!
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We need ruschejj to update this quote! Less than 10,000 miles later he had a complete engine replacement!
Ya, definitely a LOL deal. Dropped an exhaust valve in oct of 2012 I think.

I'm at 197,00 now and still love the truck. New motor has about 80,000 on it and it makes some whirring noises but I just keep running it.

Transmission and chassis is holding up. I get a clutch slip going from 3-4. Makes a little chirp sound. I'm pretty sure I'm going to order a 2015 model this spring. Might try to sell my truck to someone that wants to go big with one of those illegal tuners. I dunno, might just keep it for a while, depends on the trade value with over 200k on the clock.
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