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Kenny kustom 11-14-2015 09:38 PM

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Originally Posted by drittal (Post 1035094)
I guess you picked the wrong truck then?



https://youtu.be/_f3CAnH7WIM


Yea....
Cause I'm always off-roading with my 40' fifth wheel.

Forget my jeep with air lockers.. Take the camper!!

Sheesh....


2015 RAM 3500 CCSB CUMMINS
2016 Sabre 36QBOK

Kenny kustom 11-14-2015 09:39 PM

Drive whatever you want.

Keep within the weights and keep your junk in good repair.

It's not just you on the road.




2015 RAM 3500 CCSB CUMMINS
2016 Sabre 36QBOK

bluewoo 11-15-2015 09:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kenny kustom (Post 1035614)
Yea....
Cause I'm always off-roading with my 40' fifth wheel.

Forget my jeep with air lockers.. Take the camper!!

Sheesh....


2015 RAM 3500 CCSB CUMMINS
2016 Sabre 36QBOK


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-BaMUA0c_E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAC4s1v8gDU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbLhphU5COM

What ever we think of has already be done by someone else!!
Taking a camper tp pismo beach ??????? oh dear

KK your too late so just take the jeep hit the lockers and go crawlin :trink39:

Kenny kustom 11-15-2015 11:19 AM

Sweet vids.
Still not close to lifting the rear tire 3 feet off the ground.


2015 RAM 3500 CCSB CUMMINS
2016 Sabre 36QBOK

Mr Havercamp 11-15-2015 11:51 AM

Ford is #1?
 
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These guys don't have any doubt either :roflblack:

drittal 11-15-2015 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr Havercamp (Post 1035907)
These guys don't have any doubt either :roflblack:

That's child abuse!!!!

mud yapster 11-15-2015 02:23 PM

I've always had F350's for the last 20 plus years. Now we own our 1st 2015 Ram 3500 dually 4x4 long bed Crew Cab 6.7L 3.73 axle coupled with the Aisin transmission. We have about 4300 miles on it with 3500 miles towing 18,000 lb. 5er. It doesn't slow down for hills like my Ford did, has a lot better total setup of gauges, love the engine break, and it is very quiet ride.
Do it like it better than my other F350's I've had? I really can't determine that just yet both have pros and cons,
F350 diesel's engine and power train come with 50,000 mile warranty and Ram diesel engine and power train come with 100,000 miles so if nothing else I have went with a manufacturer that considers there 1 Ton to be more reliable. Warranty, body styling, interior styling, and gauge set up was my deciding factor. I have a 40 foot barn so it's parking in there. I like it so far so time will tell if my Ram choice was a good one or not. I think they are all way to expensive but what you going to do. It get 14 to 16 non towing depending on my foot weight that day. LOL
Towing it gets 9 to 11 depending on hills. It burns about 1 gallon of DEF for every 50 gallons of diesel. The stereo works really good we like to crank it up but my Ford stereo was good also. My Ford's never gave me an issue so we will see if this Ram does. As much as these big tow trucks cost I won't hessit to trade it off if it does. I'm not to loyal to any I just want no issues because I do maintain them very well and there price makes me unloyal to anyone brand. All I know for sure is this Ram tows my 42' 18,000# 5er a lot better than my F350 did but it was 12 years old and back then weren't rated for 20,000#. So I can't bash my old Ford's either. We like the Ram Cummins so time will tell.

mcnabbwr 11-15-2015 04:19 PM

Just a clarification, the Ford warranty for power train is 3 year 60,000 and Diesel engine is 5 year 100,000 miles. I did however purchase a Ford factory extended which gives me 7 year 125,000 bumper to pumper, including towing.

checkmate99 11-15-2015 05:11 PM

Had a 2005 Ford 3/4 ton 4WD Crew Cab....everything broke on it. Power seat, power sliding rear window, CD player, electronic 4WD, PS pump, etc...bought a 2010 Ram and not one problem. Just bought a 3/4 ton Chevy. I'm trying them all! Really liked the Ram, but the Chevy is much better equipped and I got the best deal compared to another Ram. Wouldn't even consider another Ford. But, that's just me.

B and B 11-15-2015 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by mcnabbwr (Post 1036089)
Just a clarification, the Ford warranty for power train is 3 year 60,000 and Diesel engine is 5 year 100,000 miles. I did however purchase a Ford factory extended which gives me 7 year 125,000 bumper to pumper, including towing.

Same here. 7 Years warranty and when purchased with a Maintenance plan that was half price so well worth it.


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