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How many miles before us 99+ psd owners need to get a tune up on our trucks? And what do they do on the diesels. One question these trucks
have hydraulic lifters right,? so we don't ever have to get the valves adj-
usted for a long time? Just maybe get a valve grind after about 400k miles
1999 Ford F-250 4x4 lariat crew cab short bed
powerstroke 4spd auto
1999 F550 4x4 ZF6 pulling a Cedar Creek 36RLTS. Lotta mods.
1999 VW Jetta TDI 5speed stick, Titan 520's, CCV, EGR, CAT.
2000 VW Passat 1.8t Tiptronic. ZZOOOOOMMMM!!!
You cannot explain or explain away the power of God.
Don't forget, you'll have to drop your oil pan and find the grease zerks on the crank bearings and grease them about every 50,000 miles. Just make sure you drain the oil out of the pan before you pull it off...
__________________ '08 F350 4x4 CCSB Lariat 6.4L PSD
DPF/EGR delete, KEM Tunes, Air bags, hitches and a big fuel tank.
You don't need to do anything until it's time for an overhaul. Conservatively speaking, that's around 250K miles. If you are sad about this and really are itching to spend money, change the fuel filter, clean the fuel regulator screen, change the oil, change the coolant, change the air filter, and wipe down the engine.
01 F-250 Super Duty SB PSD, auto, 3.73 gears. All stock except SCMT tow safe, Ford severe duty AIS, Shortened filler vent pipe, CCV mod, Fuel tank pickup and pre-pump mods. Running on Homebrew Biodiesel.
done all that, hehe. I feel like a real *** for asking that.
Derek, FYI the signature in your profile is for your truck, not your name. You might want to fill in what you drive. It makes it easier in threads and then you don't need to give the details about what truck you drive.
Look, we all like a good laugh now and then, but seriously, the only thing I've done to keep my psd in tip top shape is to recalibrate the angle of the finnekin pins every so often.
'99 F-250 Super Duty 4x4, PSD, Superchips Micro Tuner, A little gloss black paint on the argent accessories, slotted rotors(let the brakes go to long), K&N Air Filter, tiny tires(for now)
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