Just traded from a Ford F150 Supercrew
4x4 to a Dodge 2500 Quad Cab 4x4 with
Cummins HO and 6spd manual. I really
love the better mpg (20 vs 16). The
front cups holders on the floor could
be designed better, closer to the
driver and cup handle turned toward
driver instead of passenge. Also, the
tow package option, comes with the 4.10
rear gear which is a bit steep. I
would rather have the 3.73 rear for
highway driving and better mpg. Yeah,
cab is a bit smaller than the F250, but
so is the price!Big difference, and you
can't find a Ford 6.0 with a manual...
Just put on molder mud flaps and this
weekend installing the Mopar Fog Lamp
kit and then nerf bars...
Cummins Diesel. It's quiet!
Floor cup holders on manual
transmission. Get rid of the 4.10 rear
end. Rear doors should have storage
areas built into them, like front doors.
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