Thanx SICK, do you have experience with this model and a recommendation for a kit manufacturer? I can also expect a fuel mileage increase I suspect?
Well yeah, I have a little experience.
To delete it, you must run a tuner as well. Otherwise, the truck will go into limp mode. How much are you looking to spend? If you're not looking for power increase, I would just buy a DPF/CAT delete pipe and an H&S XRT Pro tuner, and program the computer with a stock power level tune that allows the DPF to be removed. This is exactly what I did on my tow rig.
If you don't mind spending a little extra money, I'd spend the extra cash an get a full 4" or 5" exhaust, air intake, and a nice tuner/monitor setup from H&S, Spartan, or SCT.
I also see you are from LA. If so, you also have to keep emissions testing in mind. Just return the truck to stock before taking it to be tested, and you will be fine.
As for fuel mileage increase, my truck was getting around 11 MPG highway before deleting and tuning. Now I can manage around 18-20!