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    • Red Poole
      Red Poole

      Neither. Stay away from Ford

      about 1 day ago
    • gop1386

      This is the guy from Haylett RV

      about 1 day ago
    • Robert LaMarr
      Robert LaMarr

      my cousen bought a ford desele after the worntry ran out he new an old school manich that distconted the def and did work to the engine it still pass dot eminison in all states 935 thousand miles it runs like its brand new and its a 2011

      about 3 days ago
    • Spartan Outdoors
      Spartan Outdoors

      I could never go back to gas.

      about 4 days ago
    • xzer baluyot
      xzer baluyot

      I'm torn between the F350 diesel or Toyota Tundra. Two different beast. My question is, which one is more reliable?

      about 6 days ago
    • chiken da gr8
      chiken da gr8

      My rule of thumb is if you're buying a ford go gas. If you're buying any other truck go diesel.

      about 6 days ago
    • Terry P
      Terry P

      Diesel is the best for heavier weighted trailers .

      about 8 days ago
    • kevin c
      kevin c

      urea or def fluid has a 24 month self life. no different at pump or in a 13 liter jug

      about 9 days ago
    • Gultiere

      Is this Killeen, Texas?

      about 9 days ago
    • Paul Meeks
      Paul Meeks

      Great advice on gas vs. Diesel but he left something out
      Gas motors start wearing out at about 300,000 MI where diesel engines don't start wearing out until 600.000 MI. So I have one of each 2007 ram 2500 four by four Cummings diesel and a 2009 four by four GMC 1500 5.3 gas motor the ram diesel is uncomfortable to drive.... The GMC is a comfortable ride

      about 11 days ago
    • Anthony Alexander
      Anthony Alexander

      Maintenance on a diesel is so much more I have two batteries on my 6.0 gas truck has one. My motor takes damn near 15 quarts of oil pretty sure gas doesn’t take nearly as much. Diesel fuel is 3:10$ not 2:60$ and one more thing my diesel has two fuel filters and one expensive motorcraft oil filter those few things I rattled off alone make a diesel that much more so idk wtf this guys even talking about

      about 12 days ago
    • Rusty Ellis
      Rusty Ellis

      This is not new news

      about 15 days ago
    • Brett Allgood
      Brett Allgood

      Does a diesel pickup have a DPF like the 18 wheelers do? 20+ year truck driver (semi trucks not pickup trucks) and the DPF on a semi is an additional maintenance item. Clean the DPF around 100k miles, replace at 400k miles. Thats for the 18 wheeler truck and thats why i ask about pickups.

      Thanks, great video, good information

      about 15 days ago
    • Emile Goguely
      Emile Goguely

      If you can't change your oil you shouldn't drive a truck, harsh but true

      about 16 days ago
    • Marvin

      Got me f250 powerstroke not to pull or tow..diesel truck keep better value..I just want the power

      about 16 days ago
    • lyle swavel
      lyle swavel

      I have a 1996 gmc z71 350 engine with 305,000 miles, it works great

      about 17 days ago
    • Flatbread Flatearth
      Flatbread Flatearth

      I'd go gas these days. Diesel has the added expense of DEF. Diesel prices are higher than gas. Your new diesels have to regen, so if you're almost home from driving around town and the regen light comes on, you have to drive around until it's done. DEF usage depends on the efficiency of the exhaust system. Your exhaust temperature runs hotter than on a gas engine. It does it to burn the carbon that builds up in the filter. DEF needs to be kept 15 degrees or higher. It's best to keep the DEF tank full. If you run it low in the tank, what sloshes up up on the inside eventually dries and becomes crystalized. Particles get washed back down into the liquid form and eventually make it to the doser valve. It can get plugged after a time and then you're in a shop with an expensive bill. If you want a diesel, go with one pre-DEF. Otherwise get a gas rig for putting around town.

      about 19 days ago
    • jwalt713

      Does one part besides the engine in a gas truck cost $10,000 to replace. My diesel truck got filled up at frequent diesel fueling station with bad diesel fuel. Needless to say after all warranties off shit gets expensive to fix. Gas trucks not nearly as much.

      about 20 days ago
    • Alberto Diniz
      Alberto Diniz

      Gas gas gas

      about 20 days ago
    • KarFix

      I have a 96 GMC Sierra with 6.5 Diesel with 376,000 miles and counting. I love it. I also owned a 98 Chevy C3500hd 7.4l with 454 gas. I also love it! but the gas truck uses so much more fuel when you haul. Awesome job on this video!!

      about 24 days ago
    • Cookie Dough
      Cookie Dough

      I use a ram 2500 diesel to tow new rv’s to dealers.
      350,000 miles. No real issues.
      30,000 gallons of fuel at $2.75 average equals $82,500
      If I had a gasser it would be more like
      40,000 gallons at $2.75 equals $110,000 in fuel.
      $27,500 in fuel savings, but 10k more upfront and 5k in maintenance.
      Total difference is not a lot, but it may work out to $600 a month less expensive to operate the diesel
      In this extreme case.
      For most of you it may not be worth it
      But, then again, who doesn’t want a Cummins. Lol

      about 26 days ago
    • Redwood Madrone
      Redwood Madrone

      Most truck owners are “mall crawlers”. They buy a truck to compensate for their little thing.

      about 1 month ago
    • Txvet Dan
      Txvet Dan

      Corpus krusty

      about 1 month ago
    • sanjuansteve

      We'll look back on this time as the worst period in history to purchase an internal combustion engine vehicle. They'll be worthless soon as the world is switching to electric vehicles charged from our home, business and covered parking rooftop solar arrays making nearly everything we do 100% solar powered.

      about 1 month ago
    • Justin Troy
      Justin Troy

      I recognize this highway. It’s 358 through Corpus Christi. lol

      about 1 month ago
    • cobey triche
      cobey triche

      Ford needs to bring the manual shift four wheel drive system back in the 2020 super duty trucks not everyone like the electric shift on the fly.

      about 1 month ago
    • Dean B
      Dean B

      2 words. Toyota Tundra

      about 1 month ago
    • deanodebo
      deanodebo In reply to Dean B

      Chris Ofsthun
      All true. But I argue that the cost of the diesel, maintenance, and depreciation is a lot more than the cost of gas.

      I have 236k on my Tacoma and it’s 100% solid as a rock, trustworthy, no rattles, looks great

      about 1 month ago
    • Chris Ofsthun
      Chris Ofsthun In reply to Dean B

      426K miles on my 2001 Tundra but even the new ones get less than 8 MPG while towing when the new 3.0L diesel in the F150 gets 25 MPG empty and 12+ MPG while towing.

      about 1 month ago
    • Hardheaded Jarhead
      Hardheaded Jarhead In reply to Dean B

      Dean B for a toyota, has shitty gas mileage for a fullsize truck

      about 1 month ago
    • LaMonte Kendrick
      LaMonte Kendrick

      Kendrick historian poet
      I am a Ford man 1995 f350 crew cab liariat 7.3 power stroke ,excellent fuel mileage, buy ford power stroke or Dodge 5.9 perferrably a 12 valve. With the newer trucks, you are paying for emission standards and gimmicks. Remember the truck is a truck and a designed as a pulling package. If you want a Cadillac buy one, that your choice, buy something you can get part for, something that is not one off ,or given a one or two year run, diesels are designed for work for towing from point A to B without need of high maintenanceance and costly repairs, if you go to add expensive parts, tune up kits, re-stroke or re-bolt the engine,adding bigger exhuast pipes ,and chips, you got the wrong truck. It's nice to have a Cadillac truck but remember trucks go through pastures, ditches and through the woods and they are designed to make money. If you cannot get 4 or 5 hundred thousand miles out of it you got the wrong truck. You got a car that that pretty, that look like truck and you will be. Waiting on a truck to pull you home or to the nearest truck dealership, so you can spend so more money on another truck. Torque is short for truck ,not horse power nor look and the lastest gimmick. That stuff they adding to your fuel is like in the old days when they added oil to gas for chain saws, man you are going backwards and paying for it.

      about 1 month ago
    • This is SiKk.
      This is SiKk.

      Oil and filter alone are 100 dollars. Where are you buying your stuff.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bruce Koppenhaver
      Bruce Koppenhaver

      Sorry fella, Diesel trucks have been flushed down the toilet by the EPA emissions garbage. I speak from experience unless you tow a fifth-wheel or machinery forget it. 100k miles and all the emissions garbage starts to go bad. It's a bitter pill to swallow spending 4-5k to fix pure emissions nonsense because truck is in limp mode and unusable. Who among us has not driven our gas truck with the service engine light on until we deal with the issue. Try that with a diesel and on the side of the road ye shall be.

      about 1 month ago