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    Gas fill issues

    Had my fuel tank replaced a month ago and it ended my fuel filling issue. Apparently the rollover valve is now externally mounted versus internal.
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    Driving in snow

    Of the past 10 plus 4wd vehicles that I’ve owned I have never used 4 low for driving thru snow on paved or gravel roads in rural ND where we see our fair share of snow. Used 4 auto and if you don’t think that your getting enough traction go to 4 hi.
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    Problems filling gas tank

    I have the same gas filling issue. Tried different gas stations, position of the nozzle, depth of the nozzle, and rate of which gas is flowing into the tank. Twice in the past couple of weeks it took me 15 minutes to fill my tank while I hold the handle and trickle the gas in. This is after the...
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    Oil leak 1500 miles

    I had the same type of oil leak, dealer thought it was the oil cooler above the filter so they replaced. Still had the leak and it turned out to be a oil psi sender right above the cooler. Sensor was only hand tight so they ended up replacing the sensor.
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    Undercoating?

    Bighorn purchased October 2020 and I used fluid film from new. ND driven where there is a lot of salt, salt brine, and beet juice used on the roads. Just touched up areas that might have washed after a year and impressed that very little has washed away and no rust on any steel.
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    Small oil leak 3,500-4,000 miles into oil change

    I had a small leak from above the oil filter, every once in a while there would be a spot of oil on the floor. I believe the Dealer said that they replaced a cooler above the filter housing and I haven’t had a leak since.
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    Former F-150 owners: what do you miss?

    Things I miss: key pad 36 gallon fuel tank 3:55 rear end w/limited slip towing mirrors Things I like: excellent ride quiet exterior looks interior engine sound AC works great 8 speed transmission
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    Question for Northerners...

    In ND. Have never put weight in the back and just leave in auto 4wd.
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    Any Firefighters?

    Have a blue led light mounted with suction cups to the right of the rear view mirror. Power comes out from the overhead console. Works good but when really cold out the suction cups come loose, would like to figure out another mounting option.
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    Mud flaps, which ones to buy?

    thanks for the replies. do you need to use the optional 4th screw on the husky flaps?
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    Too cold, won't start!

    3 days in a row with low temperatures -21 F and pickup starts right up.
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    Mud flaps, which ones to buy?

    i know that this subject has been discussed in other posts but I’m looking for either a WT or Husky mud flaps that will fit my needs. I had Mopar flaps put on when I bought my Bighorn in October but they don’t work for the roads that I drive on, gravel and snow covered roads. I’m looking for a...
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    2020 V8 Mileage big drop

    I have a 3 month old Big Horn and live in ND. Even though it has been unseasonably warm I have been using auto start lately and my mileage has gone from the upper teens to the lower teens. Using 87 octane gas also. Same mileage drop with all my vehicles that I own. Just waiting for a month of...
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    An Engineer's Ultimate Guide To 3.21 VS 3.92 Axle Ratio

    So the truck that I’m looking at has a 3.21 and is good for pulling 8500 lbs. I live on flat ground but once or twice a year I will go out to MT or WY pulling a sled trailer which roughly weighs 4500-5000 lbs. With the ZF transmission I will be able to lock 8th gear out when I get to the...
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    Going to order a 21 Big Horn

    I tested drove rams with both rear axles and the 3.92 is snappy. Live in ND and the highway speeds are 75-80 and even though it’s a truck I would like to get close to 20 mpg. The landscape is very flat but windy. I’ve talked with guys with both rear axles and each one have different opinions...
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    Going to order a 21 Big Horn

    I should add that I tow my boat twice a year once to the lake for the summer and then back in the fall. Pretty much flat terrain except when getting close to the lake 120 miles total. Pulling a sled trailer might be once a twice a year 2000 miles out to Montana or Wyoming. The sled trailer is...
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    Going to order a 21 Big Horn

    Yes 33 gallon tank is a must and the north comes with a locking rear.
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    Going to order a 21 Big Horn

    Going to order a Big Horn 4x4 crew 6'4" box North addition, 5.7 hemi, LED lights, 20" wheels, BUG, bucket seats, blind spot, and 3.21. My biggest decision was the rear end. and painted bumpers. I was pretty set on a 3.92 but when comparing my F150 crew with a 5.0 and 3.55 the 3.21 was a good fit...
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    An Engineer's Ultimate Guide To 3.21 VS 3.92 Axle Ratio

    Looking at ordering a 2021 Ram BH 6’4” box with 20” wheels and trading in my 11 F150 Supercrew with a 5.0 and 3.55 rear end. I live on flat ground but a couple times a year I pull a enclosed sled trailer to Yellowstone and a boat trailer in the summer. Thought that I needed a 3.92 instead of...
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