Who's paying for all that gas?Not sure about compensation, haven't gotten that far yet. I might and more than likely would get it as well as per diem on top of hotel and fuel paid.
I drive 100-200 miles a day everyday for work just in the Houston area already but at least I come home every day. This would require two to three days straight of being in Dallas.
I've driven the truck maybe 25 miles total and I'm pretty certain I won't be going back to gasoline. Night and day difference.
I got bit within a couple months of buying my '99 Powerstroke, and still haven't found a cure for the itch!
I'm already saving for new tranny. Not that it needs it but I know it'll go well before the motor does.Yup, once you go oil burner you never go back to spark plugs.
Wait until the extra power bug bites you.
With just the simple addition of a chip or tuner those trucks will not feel the same.
If you start adding lots of power and/or pulling heavy you will want bigger exhaust and gauges.
Then comes the trans rebuild to hold that power to the ground.
And the $$$$$$$$$$$$ keep rolling........... out of your pocket.
I've got a mild 60 hp bump on mine. 4x4 with 6 spd trans.
18.4 mpg has happened with proper operation of the right foot.