I have driven Ford trucks for over 18 years until last year when I had several unpleasant experiences at Ford dealers and with my most recent Ford product. So I switched to Dodge, and so far, that was an excellent choice. If you purchase the "Hemi" and the 3.92 rear, you can't go wrong for towing. Ford could take lessons from this. If I get my usual 150,000- 200,000 miles, I'll stay a changed man.
Engine, transmission, and gearing. 20- inch rim and tire package. towing capacity.
Put 3 or 4 valves per cylinder on the Hemi, people will buy them. After all, if you go with the present set up Hemi, you're not worried about mileage anyway.
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