I've got an '05 F350 with 6.0 Powerstroke and an '08. The '05 has seen a lot of work lately and it's not worked all that hard. I only have 80k miles on it and keep up with all maintenance however it's getting expensive to maintain as more components fail. My 2008 6.4 Powerstroke has been relatively problem free but I understand that when it does need major engine work, I'm going to have to pull the cab. That would be a major inconvenience especially if I install a flatbed this year. Question for those in the know: Does the new Dodge's or Chevy's require the cab to be pulled for major work? My mechanic tells me the new Cummins is still bulletproof but the body won't be as stout as my Ford's. He said the Duramax/Chevy was dependable. I'm not looking for a brand bash here but I've not owned a dodge with Cummins in 10 years. Never had a Duramax so I'm looking for good info that I can use to make a purchase decision. I appreciate the help but please let's keep this civil and on topic.