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Our F150 Diesel is a 2019 XTR with a 6.5’ Box, BF Goodrich KO’s, Levelling Kit, Retractable Running Boards and Navigation.
To date it is the best Diesel I have owned!

The Truck sees -50C, in the Winter and operates on the Ice Roads in our community. Average trip would be 200km.

I am an Aircraft Engineer having been in the industry over 45 yrs which I am very passionate about as well as our F150 Diesel that is by no question over maintained.

I very much respect and appreciate everyone’s comments on this Forum and give a hats off salute to those that took the time to develop and maintain this form, Many Thanks!!
 

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Welcome from many miles to your south! Great to see an engineer, we sure have talented people among our ranks.

Merry Christmas!
 

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Our F150 Diesel is a 2019 XTR with a 6.5’ Box, BF Goodrich KO’s, Levelling Kit, Retractable Running Boards and Navigation. To date it is the best Diesel I have owned!

The Truck sees -50C, in the Winter and operates on the Ice Roads in our community. Average trip would be 200km.

I am an Aircraft Engineer having been in the industry over 45 yrs which I am very passionate about as well as our F150 Diesel that is by no question over maintained.

I very much respect and appreciate everyone’s comments on this Forum and give a hats off salute to those that took the time to develop and maintain this forum, Many Thanks!!
@Canadian F150 Diesel - I was going to welcome you to the forums but I see you have been active here with 24 posts before posting to the New Member Intros sub-forum. Happy to have another engineer join our ranks here!

Given you are a prior diesel owner and drive in -50C winters, we'd be very interested in what your "standard" regiment is for owning a diesel vehicle in harsh weather. Perhaps you could contribute to this new Winter operation/precautions thread that @chiefdave started this week? Hoping we don't have to go to the extremes that you do, but with weather consistently in the negatives, I'm sure you have to deal with diesel fuel gelling on a regular basis.

Welcome aboard to the forums!
 

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Good Morning Many thanks for the welcome, no question there is a wealth of knowledge on this Forum and I very much appreciate all the knowledge and comments, more than happy to post in regards to winter operations.
 
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