I have had Chevys and Dodge trucks.
This thing is awesome. I drove the
Hemi. It is good but the diesel will
eat it up. I suggest the Hemi for the
1500. It drives as tight as my wifes 99
Benz. It is very quiet for a diesel.
When you factor in the lower service
costs for the diesel it pays for
itself. If you are taking off it will
keep up. If you are in the 40 mph range
or higher and kick it in passing gear,
hold on! It will surprise you. The ride
is smooth even though it is a 2500.
Dodge has some intense brakes. It stops
with authority. Interior space is good.
I use the fold flat floor in the rear.
Great for grocieries or large bluky
The Diesel engine and the off road
package. This adds a skid plate for the
transfer case, 4:10 ratio, locking
rear, tow hooks and fog lamps.
Make the trailering package or at least
a class II reciever standard. People
want it if they are buying a truck.
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