If anyone complains about towing it is
because they got the wrong engine. I
drove the Hemi but it is a little under
powered for heavy hauling in the
2500/3500. It is more than adequate in
the 1500. The Cummings H.O. pulls
better, has better fuel mileage and is
cheaper to maintain not to mention
longer lasting. As for the tranny mine
is rock solid. I had a 98 1500 and it
was notorious for eating trannys. The
new Dodge is a rock solid truck.
The Cummings H.O. motor. Fold flat
storeage in the rear with 60/40 split
in the rear. Off road package. This
gives you the 4:10 ratio, locking rear
diff and the skid plates.
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