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Looks great! My neighbor has a 2011 lifted black F-250. I'll see if I can get some pics.
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Yeah about that, not fast (stock), but they're in their territory when it comes to hauling heavy or reliability.

Hah, my boss just got an 11' F150. On the third day it was already stuck, had a mudflap ripped off and part of the top plastic cover on the tailgate broken/knocked off. New trucks on the farm are bad luck I tell ya . . .
Ya we use our trucks, he parked his truck today on the high grade gravel and told me to go onto the right of way today with mine, well its been raining since yesterday and so extra sloppy. Well I couldn't make it back out of the steep ditch cause I couldn't get any traction or momentum. So he got to use the electronic locking diff today to pull me out after we got the manual out to find out you have to just pull the 4wd drive *** to lock it lol.
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Well after just a week of owning it and now has over 2,500 miles on it hes averaging over 20mpg on the highway and over 16mpg in town.
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just curious, but how often do you have to replace the urea in these? I was at work today (I work at Advance Auto) and had somebody calling trying to find some...
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thats awesome, i love those things!
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just curious, but how often do you have to replace the urea in these? I was at work today (I work at Advance Auto) and had somebody calling trying to find some...
According to "The Diesel Stop" forum guys..it looks to be right about 7-10k miles and the truck has a 5 gallon tank of it. Most guys check it at every oil change (5k miles), and just pour 2.5 gallons in then.

Be ahead of the curve and get some at your place!
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Ya there filling it at 5k when changing the oil, ya you might as well get some in stock, my buddy bought a gallon of it and put it in the tool box, just in case and will rotate it out once and while.
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Ya we use our trucks, he parked his truck today on the high grade gravel and told me to go onto the right of way today with mine, well its been raining since yesterday and so extra sloppy. Well I couldn't make it back out of the steep ditch cause I couldn't get any traction or momentum. So he got to use the electronic locking diff today to pull me out after we got the manual out to find out you have to just pull the 4wd drive *** to lock it lol.
Hah!

Are you guys getting rained out down there like we are up here?

We've been waiting out this rain for nearly two weeks now. Supposed to freeze tonight, and then freeze even harder Saturday night!

Pretty much finishes off any chance of making up for this late/wet spring.
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