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RE: Full Synthetic oil in 2016 Dodge diesel

DEF really has nothing to do with oil. My DEF equipped truck OLM usually calls for an oil change around 7000 miles. Yours in not a RAM!!!! Non DEF RAM 6.7's had super short oil change calls on the EVIC. Chris OK, so tell us all what happens when your RAM truck squirts DEF in the exhaust system that has an effect on the oil in the engine. :h Nice attempt at being snarky when you don't know what you're talking about........ So I ask how the DEF has an effect on motor oil (it doesn't) and, instead of coming up with an intelligent answer, you have nothing to add but a condescending remark. Sad but typical. Sir, he was correct...The pre-DEF Rams had lots of Regens going on...that causes extra fuel in the cylinders post ignition which causes fuel to wash down the cylinders and mix with the oil. You might want to do some reading before you are quick to dismiss the info. How about that! Now try to learn that Diesel Exhaust Fluid has NOTHING to do with regens. It is injected into the exhaust to reduce NOx. The extra fuel is used to burn out the DPF. Oh, and welcome to the condescending club. I was trying to be polite and civil to you, you sir or not...bye bye. read and understand link
Learjet 08/21/17 04:40pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Full Synthetic oil in 2016 Dodge diesel

DEF really has nothing to do with oil. My DEF equipped truck OLM usually calls for an oil change around 7000 miles. Yours in not a RAM!!!! Non DEF RAM 6.7's had super short oil change calls on the EVIC. Chris OK, so tell us all what happens when your RAM truck squirts DEF in the exhaust system that has an effect on the oil in the engine. :h Nice attempt at being snarky when you don't know what you're talking about........ So I ask how the DEF has an effect on motor oil (it doesn't) and, instead of coming up with an intelligent answer, you have nothing to add but a condescending remark. Sad but typical. Sir, he was correct...The pre-DEF Rams had lots of Regens going on...that causes extra fuel in the cylinders post ignition which causes fuel to wash down the cylinders and mix with the oil. You might want to do some reading before you are quick to dismiss the info.
Learjet 08/20/17 06:40pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Full Synthetic oil in 2016 Dodge diesel

First off, your truck is a Ram and not a Dodge. Secondly, the owners manual specifies oil change at 6 months or 15,000 miles - which ever occurs first. (Not 14,000 miles). In order to keep any warranty questions at bay, one should follow the required oil change intervals even though it's ridiculous to drain perfectly good oil at 6 months with less than 15,000 miles. or 8000 miles if you regularly use B20 :)
Learjet 08/19/17 08:40pm Tow Vehicles
RE: BD20 in 6.7 Cummins

The 2013 trucks have improved filtration to handle the B20 That sounds like the correct answer :)
Learjet 08/18/17 07:49pm Tow Vehicles
RE: BD20 in 6.7 Cummins

here is what my manual says: "A maximum blend of 20% biodiesel meeting ASTM specification D-7467 may be used with your Cummins diesel engine. (Pickup models and Chassis Cab models configured with B20 Capability.)" You have a 2017. OP has a 2007.5 Different critters......2007-2013 Chrysler states NO No joke...that is why I said my manual :)
Learjet 08/18/17 07:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: BD20 in 6.7 Cummins

here is what my manual says: "A maximum blend of 20% biodiesel meeting ASTM specification D-7467 may be used with your Cummins diesel engine. (Pickup models and Chassis Cab models configured with B20 Capability.)"
Learjet 08/17/17 04:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: BD20 in 6.7 Cummins

here is what Cummins has to say https://cumminsengines.com/biodiesel-faq
Learjet 08/16/17 03:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: New Ram questions

No, unless you want to take a chance on screwing up the emission system. The manual says NO.
Learjet 08/13/17 08:27am Tow Vehicles
RE: Brake dust......ugh!

I have noticed since going to a Dually with the way the rims are made I have no dust. Nice benfit with the Dually :)
Learjet 08/11/17 11:12am Tow Vehicles
RE: Towing into the Wind

But just curious how the new diesels perform with a large 12k lb full frontal 5th wheel, a strong headwind and long hills? Well that is me, 12,000 lb tall 5th wheel. Like others have said... my signature rig just uses more fuel...still has plenty of power. My previous f250 gasser would struggle big time with a headwind. I went up I70 through the rockies in 4th at 60 mph. Power is incredadiable.
Learjet 08/09/17 02:31am Tow Vehicles
RE: "POS" 68RFE !!!

Since the subject is Dodge trannies I am trying to decide between the Aisin or the 68RFE - Does the Asiin last longer?? I don't know that answer, but one reason to get the Aisin is the Cummins puts out more HP and torque with the Aisin.
Learjet 08/07/17 02:31pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Brakes - standard Dexter vs never adjust?

another vote for never adjust, they worked well on my previous trailer.
Learjet 08/07/17 02:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Can you strap down these new awning designs?

link...these work great on my electric awning. I've had two manual awnings before...no way would I go back to manual.
Learjet 07/31/17 02:14pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Mixing Bio fuel w/ reg diesel

FYI...up to 5% bio no label required on the pump, above 5% Bio the pump must have a label stating that it is Bio fuel.
Learjet 07/27/17 11:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: Electric over hydraulic brakes

^^^^^ Depends on the the year of truck. yes, I KNOW that! the person saying you need a part didn't specify that. That is why I stated the year of my truck for reference.
Learjet 07/26/17 10:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Electric over hydraulic brakes

Ford and GM need a brake control module for the electric pump to work properly. Check with the Titan website for the module https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-and-Parts/Titan/T4846000.html are you sure about that? My 2013 F250 worked fine with the Elec/Hyd setting.
Learjet 07/26/17 08:16am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Here is a 5th Wheel trailer to envy....

clicky Can't get into state park...LOL
Learjet 07/16/17 03:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Furrion TV - Direct TV remote code

10056 worked. THANK YOU! :B
Learjet 07/14/17 03:51pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Furrion TV - Direct TV remote code

Just got a new Jayco North Point and it has a Furrion TV. Tried to program my old DIRECT TV, standard definition satellite remote. Spent 40 minutes doing the code search thing and came up empty. Has anyone found a workable code? Randu Older style DirecTv remote try 10054 or 10056 codes FYI for others who find this thread...The new Genie remote try selecting JBL as the brand or Concerto, For the Genie remote after selecting JBL or Concerto... just pick I don't know my model and try the first
Learjet 07/14/17 03:11pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: 5th wheel hitches

While this may be a little off topic. The question I have is not related to a specific brand of hitch (at least I don't think so). What is the better, safer and more reliable hitch: one with jaws (single or double) or one with a bar that goes all the way across the pin? You could argue that one jaw could fail on the B&W and the pin would still be held in place. So that would mean the B&W has redundancy.
Learjet 07/14/17 08:04am Tow Vehicles
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