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We use the extended cab versions to pull the car show trailers around, and I can't complain (but probably will anyway!).
They've done much better than the Chevys.
Around 70K, expect to replace the fuel pump.
Don't ask me why, but all three went out between 70 & 85K.
Aftermarket reman pumps seem to be holding up well.
Over 150K on two of them with no problems.
(depending on how clean you keep the fuel and how often you change the filters)
They are hard on the hydro Assist brake boosters too.
(Well-DUH! look at the size and weight of those things!)
We have to replace brake boosters about every 125K to 150K.
We mostly pull tri axle enclosed 5th wheel trailers everywhere... I'm sure that doesn't help the brake situation...
Other than one clutch we had problems with for 60K.
Wrong clutch installed from factory and dealership just kept putting the same (wrong) one back in...
When it came out from under warranty we went with an aftermarket clutch, Not one problem since.
All in all our guys don't complain about them too much.