I'm not much of a talker but I've "lurked" here for some time and got some awesome information that has helped me diagnose issues with my SuperDuty.
My ol' man used to tell me (who was one of the best men on the planet) if you can't do it right the first time how are you going to find the time to do it again!" And from that I've found some great information from the forum, in some cases better than I could get from the best mechanics I know, regardless of that I appreciate your forum, your humor, your advice and your problems and your successes. While 99.1% of my driving is done on a highway we do get into some nasty mud/muck and my tires aren't much for grip but they do haul the load and I get an honest 11 mpg average pulling an honest 9700#'s at the posted speed limits. BTW, when I am not pulling I get 18.5 avg. and I'm not as good at keeping my foot off the fuel as I do believe that the cobs needs to be blown out of everything once in awhile. To me maintance is everything on everything I own and if it breaks it's most likely karma (whatever that means) but I usually bite the bullet and don't complain.
Thanks for having me!
This is what I do and is not meant to be an advertisement as I have enough work and I'm not looking for more.