Tried looking up both your equipment list and window sticker with your VIN, both failed which is odd. Quick search shows an 19 Classic 4wd Quad Cab with 3.6, towing capacity is 4480#'s. You are way over based on that.
@Wild one, Do you have a source for "cutting flow to the lifters"? My understanding of it's function is that the solenoid opens the bleed port on the lifter which essentially stops the lifter from pumping up thus stoping in from actuating the valves. The oil supply to the lifter doesn't change...
I would start with unplugging the coil packs one by one. When you find the one that doesn't change anything, you've identified the cylinder causing the miss. Pull the coil pack and inspect, maybe you lost a spring or such.
Stabil Marine 360 checks all of the boxes including stabilization of the fuel which TCW3 does not.
It's dosing is 1oz per 10 gallon, vs 1oz per 5gallon for TCW3 so it offsets the price difference by 50%.
1 32oz bottle of Stabil Marine 360 for 20$ treats 320 gallons, .06c per gallon of fuel.
It's not a delete, it's a deactivate. Same thing as using your thumb controls and putting it in the highest gear. Cheap option tho at 250$. Can do the same thing for a few more bucks with an Edge Pulsar plus get quite a few more features as well as a HP bump.
Never seen a coilover strut assembly that can't be disassembled. You cannot just change a strut while it on the truck. You take out the whole assembly and put it in a spring compressor, dissasemble, put in the new strut and put it all back together again.
You can buy a loaded strut assembly...