Ugh, the quickest way shut down any "big truck" is to drain them of coolant or oil. Heavy duty diesel engines are very expsesive ($15,000 to $45,000 to replace). The vast majority of modern heavy duty engines cannot allow running without adequate coolant or oil, the ECM will automatically shut the truck down. » 7/31/14 8:25pm 7/31/14 8:25pm

Actually a live axle is better suited to handle gobs of torques and horsepower than an IRS. A live axle is more durable than an IRS and more importantly it doesn't gain camber on acceleration like an IRS. » 7/28/14 12:50pm 7/28/14 12:50pm

Wait, your telling me that I should change my own oil because sometimes quicky lubes screw up? If the quicky lube screws up, at least I'll have some legal protection, If I screw up my oil change I just have to admit I'm an idiot and pay a huge repair bill. » 7/25/14 9:42pm 7/25/14 9:42pm