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6.7 Cummins emissions questions?

Old 08-06-2018, 02:24 PM
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6.7 Cummins emissions questions?

May trade my 17 Ram Hemi 5.7 Hemi for a low mile 17/18 short term lease return.

My question is how reliable are the emissions systems in these trucks? Ontario (Province of) is clamping down hard on Diesels with visual inspections, so deleting is risky.

My driving is mainly highway, so hopefully this will help with things too.


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Old 08-07-2018, 05:46 AM
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For the most part Emissions systems are not problematic, a lot of internet hype, pro delete guys talking about how EGR is killing these trucks and they won’t last yet the vast majority trade vehicles every 3 years 5 at most. By now many have put 100’s of thousands of miles on these SCR trucks and haven’t had any issues. Well except your typical Ram constant recalls.

My 13 is by far the most capable best Ram I’ve ever had and by a long shot.
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