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T in NE
I hear about guys running hundreds of thousands of miles with no problems with their duramax trucks, yet the 06 half-ton v6 I had ate a wheel bearing at about 40,000. The most load it ever saw was a 100 gallon tank of fuel in the bed, and that wasn't too often. The two duramax 2500s at work have eaten 3 front wheel bearing, with a combined less than 200,000 on them. And two sets of injectors and a motor. And yes, they get their maintenance, the motor was a problem with the top end, ate two sets of head gaskets before getting a crate motor to replace it.
And for a "no way!" statement, it is possible for a new duramax head gasket to run water out the side of the motor until it first gets up to operating temp.
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