My brother has this nice looking '06 Ford F-350 Super Cab, daily driver and office to him, I have an '05 F-450 Superduty, daily driver and it hauls some heavy ass. He always tells me when ever I need to get my oil and fluids changed, why bother going through the process of making a service appointment at my local dealer and paying a little more, when you can take your truck anytime you want to a local "Jiffy-Lube" and get it done for a like 20 bucks less and it only takes 30 minutes. So why don't I do that? This is why: Last month he took his truck to one of those "fine" establishments, they even changed the oil in the rear axle, but the dumbass (who must have gotten his diploma online no doubt or even a Wyotech drop out) over filled the rear axle with oil and the wrong type, a month later, my brother noticed oil puking out of the outer axle seals and leaving nice puddles on his drive way and his brakes were fading something fierce. Now he had to make the appointment with the Ford Service shop, and he's on the hook for the bill - a whopping $1400 in repairs, new seals, new brakes and new oil (the right stuff) So like a sadistic S.O.B. that I am to my big brother, I just had to rag on him, "That's precisely why I go through all the hassle of getting things done right, the first time at my local dealer". If that was a Ford technician's fault, the Ford Service dealer would have paid for that bill, but oh no, Mr. Ambition has to save a whole $20 on a simple oil change. Moral of the story, check the credentials of some of these "mechanics" at these places, good chance that they are just hacks.