Inspect - and replace if in any doubt - yer FPDM. And carry a spare one.
May also want to install a fresh fuel filter and a new serpentine belt.
Also check to see that you can easily remove and reinstall the spare ( test the access hole lock, winch and condition of the spare. ). Good time to do it as you need to drop the spare to see the FPDM anyway.
Do a scan of yer PCM to pull any codes - including possible pending ones - and get those addressed before you leave.
All depends on where u live and how u treat your truck. If u live up north they are prone to go early due to all the salt on the road. Same thing anywhere if u mud ride a lot. Mine had 190000 before mine went.
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Fuel Pump Drive Module
Mounted above the spare tire. It has aluminum body and is mounted to steel frame. Electrolysis eats the aluminum case and exposes the electronic module.
Take a look and if it is damaged, get a new one from Amazon or parts store and replace before it fails.