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You can get away with just deleting the DPF unless your planning on making huge power and ripping your tires to shred, then I would suggest both. Removal of both will net you a little more then DPF alone, but you'll also end up with the infamous hair dryer sound as well.
If your expecting huge mileage numbers you will probably be sorely disappointed, especially while towing. Your best mileage will be unloaded and on the freeway. But no where near what others have posted sure to your gearing and wheel quantity unfortunately.
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