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Hello- new deisel owner here (F250 7.3 2001 149k miles). Bought the truck used a couple months ago and have done a bunch to it that's expected, transmission flush, oil changes, differential fluid change, transaxle flush, 4" stainless magnaflow turbo back exhaust, and maybe some other little things I can't remember. Point of this thread is I'm looking for (oh ya - re greased front hubs) stuff that is commonly forgtten that may make a difference down the road. I have to do my pinion seal soon but does anyone have any ideas or history they'd like to share about stuff that should have been done and was put off until it broke or stuff they think the average person doesn't consider?? My goal with this truck is to make her last and I'm wondering about what can be done to ensure that happens?
For instance Change " X ", it'll save you down the road.
Or Don't do " X " cause it'll screw the truck up!