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Old 09-21-2009, 03:01 PM
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2010 HD videos featuring Ram engineers

http://www.youtube.com/ramheavyduty#.../0/544AiH_1kYE

Yeah- it's all marketing, but still some interesting tidbits here and there. Finally puts some rumors to rest.

(Yes to MegaCab, yes to crew-cab longbed, no to rambox )

Plus an interesting response to the question of tow ratings (that guy should run for office).
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Dang! I was hoping they'd ditch the megacab
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I wish I was in the market for a new truck. My business partner needs a HD truck and I'm telling him to hold out for a few months.
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Originally Posted by Rednecktastic View Post
I wish I was in the market for a new truck. My business partner needs a HD truck and I'm telling him to hold out for a few months.
I certainly wouldn't roll the dice on the new D-Max or PSD. Dodge is the only new truck coming out with a proven engine.
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I like it
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I certainly wouldn't roll the dice on the new D-Max or PSD. Dodge is the only new truck coming out with a proven engine.

Yeah, in about 3-5 years I might get a new dodge again even though I've said I'd never own a dodge again I like this new one.


I'm going to let him make his mind up but told him to wait for the new HD ram before making his mind up.
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These are going to be some nice trucks. Very very tempting for sure, but the wife would kill me....LOL
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I know what I will be getting when I graduate in a year or two.
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Originally Posted by Purplezr2 View Post
I know what I will be getting when I graduate in a year or two.
I know what you mean, my current truck was my graduation present for my MS degree. Great motivation for finishing up!

Chryco even knocked another $400 off IIRC, some kind of graduate rebate that was in effect back then.
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ditch the Mega? why?

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Dang! I was hoping they'd ditch the megacab
WTH is wrong with this guy?
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I like where the guy says "can just about out pull anything on the market"
All I can say is it will out pull when I get done with it!
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I like where the guy says "can just about out pull anything on the market"
All I can say is it will out pull when I get done with it!
I was thinking the same thing!
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I went and looked at the Dodgetalk forum. Wish they would of had this Q&A on here. Some of those guys didn't know squat like the Getrag 6 speed manual. It's a mercedes tranny dumby. No A/C questions, fuel filtering questions, how the new integrated brake controller works, etc. One guy wanted softer shifts, give me a break. That's why we have a slush box, folks like that.
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