Ford vs Chevy vs Ram: What Is The Longest Lasting HD Truck? Dude I Love My Ride @Home Edition (Video)

These three HD trucks have over 600,000 miles between them.

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This ‘Dude, I Love or Hate My Ride’ @Home Edition is better than ever because it features three hard working heavy duty trucks. Which heavy duty truck is the longest lasting or most dependable? These owners tell us the truth.

First up is one of highest milage new 2020 Ford Super Duty trucks out there. It’s a F-350 turbo-diesel V8 that hauls trailers for a living. It’s brought to us by the Tow Piglet. This truck has over 60,000 miles after about four months of work. Tow Piglet confirms some of the things we found during our Ike Gauntlet™ and Gold Hitch testing. He says his high milage hot-shot hauler has a ton of power from the latest Power Stroke diesel V8. It is also delivering great fuel economy. On the negative side, the base headlight performance is poor and the seats are not very comfortable for the long haul.

Next we have an older 1996 Dodge Ram HD 3500 dually two-door Cummins diesel. Ben recently purchased it as a project truck. The truck has a bit of a lift and rides on big wheels/tires. However, it was very affordable to purchase. It has around 250,000 miles on it, which is not very many miles. Still, it’s holding up well, and Ben has big plans for it.

Finally, it’s a 1995 Chevy K2500 HD Silverado truck with a 6.5-liter diesel V8 engine. This is before the modern era of the 6.6-liter Duramax V8 diesel that came out in 2001. This truck has approximately 330,000 miles. Yep, this was a 2500 3/4-ton truck that was converted to a dually rear wheel with a dump bed. This truck is used for landscaping. It’s a hard working truck, and it shows. Watch a cold start on this truck in the video below.