This is to everyone who is complaining
about the under power of the 4.7. If
you like to haul your fourwheeler
around or carry a small trialer of fire
wood to your house and still use the
truck to drive 50 miles to work in
style, then get the 4.7. But, if you
want the most powerful V8 to do
anything you want, get the 5.7 HEMI.
Dodge did brag to much on the 4.7, it's
not all what Dodge made it to be, but
what they lacked in the 4.7 they made
up with the 5.7. I like the Dodge
engines range, you have one engine that
will handle anything you need and want
and another that is more conservitive
but still competitive
5.7 hemi,very roomy interior,and very
nice looking with the 20"
lower the prices, need a commercial
with the Dodge jerking around a chevy
and ford of equal value
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