Originally Posted by head gamez
You are on a message board where 90% of the folks take their RV back to the dealer to have a screw replaced under warranty. I don't think your argument is valid! Lol.
2016 Sandpiper 376BHOK
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Not really; I have serviced my Cummins engine and Ram truck from day one of ownership. I have done 19 oil changes after the first one was done by the dealer and I have done 10 fuel filter changes. Plus three transmission oil changes with both filters and three differential oil changes along with the air cleaner filter.
When I went looking at all three pick-up truck brands I checked for serviceability first than ease of use and drivability. The Ram with the Cummins came out on top. Ease of serviceability will equate in lower service cost from the dealer also. You do not have to removed components and reinstall them when servicing the truck.
Now if you do not mind having the Cab lifted off of the frame to service the engine than by all means buy the Ford.