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The best bet in my opinion would be a free flowing exhaust, a good intake or air filter, an economy programmer or chip, and to keep up on oil changes. I'd run a synthetic like amsoil or rotella synthetic. I'd keep the oil changes at 12-15k and filter the same. Every 15k would also be a fuel filter change. Make sure you run proper tire pressure and check regularly. Ge through and change your tranny fluid and keep with that every 20-30k depending on how hard you are on the truck. Put a synthetic in the rear differential. If your constantly running heavy loads consider an exhaust brake. That will help keep up the service brakes at the same time you'll be doing more coasting therefore being self-economical. Do some research, there are plenty of fuel saving things you can do to the truck and make as habits to keep your self economical. Also consider biodiesel, I don't know much about that, but from what I have read, it seems to be a good alternative. Some other members will most likely post other good ideas, so check back here and don't be afraid to ask.
'99 Ford F-350 crew cab, dually, 2x4, Banks Monster Exhaust-muffler deleted, Banks Six Gun Tuner, , TS performance 6 position chip stk, Hi idle, 50, 75, 100, 140, Banks Transcommand, wastegate mod, Map Sensor Fix from SP Diesel, Zex Diesel Nitrous kit with purge, bottle heater, and blow down, next step---H2E, need to install- bully dog shift kit, 6.0 intercooler
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