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5W40 Mobil1, Fumoto drain valve and always use Ford OEM filters all around. Check out the Ford Truck Enthusiast 6.0 forums:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/forum107/


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big buford wrote:

After getting rid of the POS weekend warrior trailer and getting a duramax I dont seem to have any issues... Just go to the dez and ride


Even towing Our P O S Thor Toyhauler, the D-Max has been trouble free !!
You don't have to worry about oil change intervals, the computer tells you when to change it. No problems with turbos, injectors, oil pumps, etc.




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Sorry guys, just meant to see where I should be buying filters, not start a argument...........anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


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A raptor 299MP would be perfect!


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big buford wrote:

A raptor 299MP would be perfect!


That is if you can find a 2007 model...!





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EricRobinson8 wrote:

anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


With OEM filters...up to 40k lbs or so but with anything other than OEM you better keep it at 20k lbs.


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EricRobinson8 wrote:

Sorry guys, just meant to see where I should be buying filters, not start a argument...........anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


No worry's.....We needed a new thread in here, it was getting boring. I get my oil changes for $64.99 includes 15 quarts of oil, a new filter and a free car wash....


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Strabo wrote:

EricRobinson8 wrote:

Sorry guys, just meant to see where I should be buying filters, not start a argument...........anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


No worry's.....We needed a new thread in here, it was getting boring. I get my oil changes for $64.99 includes 15 quarts of oil, a new filter and a free car wash....


That's a good price! Where? I assume it's in the Antelope Valley area correct? I think I pay over 100.00 at my shop but that's more than just an oil change, includes fuel filter and misc. as well.


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Strabo wrote:

EricRobinson8 wrote:

Sorry guys, just meant to see where I should be buying filters, not start a argument...........anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


No worry's.....We needed a new thread in here, it was getting boring. I get my oil changes for $64.99 includes 15 quarts of oil, a new filter and a free car wash....


A 10 qt jug of Rotella 15W-40 and a AC Delco oil filter is around $40
+/- depending who has it on the shelf when I need it.
$65 seems like a good deal since you need 15 qts.
If their doing the fuel filter as well, $100 doesn't seem out of line.
List price on a AC Delco fuel filter is +/- $50

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BobWanderer wrote:

Strabo wrote:

EricRobinson8 wrote:

Sorry guys, just meant to see where I should be buying filters, not start a argument...........anyways while you are reading this, how heavy of a trailer do you think I can tow?............just kidding!


No worry's.....We needed a new thread in here, it was getting boring. I get my oil changes for $64.99 includes 15 quarts of oil, a new filter and a free car wash....


A 10 qt jug of Rotella 15W-40 and a AC Delco oil filter is around $40
+/- depending who has it on the shelf when I need it.
$65 seems like a good deal since you need 15 qts.
If their doing the fuel filter as well, $100 doesn't seem out of line.
List price on a AC Delco fuel filter is +/- $50


$64.99 is a killer price for an oil change, considering the amount of oil and the filter, throw in the labor plus disposal and its a win, win deal....I replace the fuel filters myself it's easy, Jws taught me how to do it, he is a Ford God!!!!

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