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RE: Are you happy with your HP.

Proper term is grain leg. I have one almost that long (high) and I pull it with a quad. Some of these augers can get a little heavy for a quad...this one is over 11000 lbs and has 1500 lbs of tongue weight: https://i.imgur.com/TLBGkbsl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1jtQSidClick For Full-Size Image. height=600 Part of the reason I started this thread was to figure out how to post pictures on the forum now that Photobucket doesn't work. I see my pictures are posted as clickable links.....how do I just post an image? Photobucket works fine for me. Just copy the direct link, click on the IMG tab, than past it in the URL line. add in the height and width. Max is 750 X 750 and you are done. This is 400 X 500 http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/20170909_172247_zpsnft7a9wn.jpg height=400 width=500
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/24/17 09:16pm Tow Vehicles
RE: EcoDiesel Ordering

I said it before you forgot the SH at the beginning of your sig there (SH)itguy08
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/20/17 09:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: EcoDiesel Ordering

You zinged me. I stand corrected. That does make comparing a 2003 to a 2013 valid. You may live a longer or at the very least a happier life if you don't take every non 100% pro FCA comment personally. There was no "Zing" involved Mich800, I was just pointing out what you failed to comprehend was all. As for your other comment, I'm doing just fine, but thanks for the concern. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/18/17 08:42pm Tow Vehicles
RE: EcoDiesel Ordering

One would think this should be the other way around from the way some of you talk/post LOL Sorry just had to. http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/eco%20towing%20ford_zps5gxsvyp3.jpg height=450 width=500
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/17/17 10:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: EcoDiesel Ordering

A bit off topic, but FWIW Ram haters, I owned 3 Fords over the course of 20 years with the last one being a 2003 F-350. I am extremely happy with my 2013 Ram 3500 and all of my previous Fords had NOTHING over it. I also drive a 2013 F-150 as a work vehicle and it has nothing over the Ram either. I see a ton of Ram 1500 Ecodiesels in my area so they must be doing something right.... So your ten year newer Ram is better than the 2003 Ford? That is off topic a little. LOL.... Well said mich800 Mich800 you might want to reread his post! He also drives a 2013 Ford f150 sooooooo LOL
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/17/17 09:34pm Tow Vehicles
RE: EcoDiesel Ordering

Maybe because they have been a drag on the economy for the past 30 years, requiring 2 bailouts. They have been making **** vehicles for nearly their entire existence. Poor business decisions after another. They need to go the way of all the past brands that have put out junk. They sell a couple million cars annually. Someone will fill in that void, and that means jobs for those people. GM, Ford, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, VW, all with plants in the USA will happily pick up the slack and will need people and plants to make that happen. So very true. I can't figure why anyone buys one in the information age.... X3 Man we have some real uninformed people or just plain stupid you pick. History lesson clowns. One, the "first bailout" was not done by the Government it was done by the employees! They put up money from their retirement fund to bail out the company not the Government. The only thing the Government did was OK it and guarantee the loan if Chrysler could not repay it. It was paid back early and at 100%! Not one dime of tax payer money was used! Second, In 2008 or 2009 GM and Chrysler's loans came do for refinancing one year after Ford's loans. The only reason Ford did not have to go through the exact same procedure to refinance, was the Ford Family put up everything they owned to secure their loans. Unfortunately for GM and Chrysler they did not have their original family's running their companies anymore. So with the banks turning them down (the ones real Americans should be hating on) they had to go to the Government to refinance their loans. During this time certain government officials (and a few CEO's I'm sure) decided that the only way GM and Chrysler would get their loans was the UAW had to reopen our contracts and agree to be black mailed in to concessions. That could could not happen unless they went through bankruptcy. FCA has repaid 100% of what was required and did it long before the loan was do! Chrysler had one other requirement added onto them and that was that they had to have a real car company take them over. That was do to the fact that Cerberus owned us and had no idea on how to run a car company. It was a take all or nothing deal. In other words all of the divisions had to be taken on or no deal. Fiat was the only company willing to do so and that is how we got to where we are now. As to the QC remarks, I would put our quality up against almost any other car company out there. I can say first hand that FCA is 100% commented to building a quality product and like every other car company out there we do make some mistakes. The problem is when you are only selling half the vehicles that some others are selling it doesn't take much to skew your numbers. But hay most intelligent people out there already know this, it's just a few that really have no clue or worse yet they have an agenda to full fill. As to the OP's question, and Troy hit it on the head, the GC and Ram for that matter have to fill their old orders before building any new ones. A rumor I have heard is their will be no 2018 Rams built with the ED until after the next gen truck comes out in January of 2018. Don Oh BTW Troy I thought I was the Don of the Ram Mafia not a lowly Captain lol. :W
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/17/17 09:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: WOW! CTD Exhaust can scorch grass!

Most likely in regen. It's really odd that ram doesn't have the fresh air inlets to cool the outgoing exhaust. Not reading through all of the posts, but I'm thinking he is referring to the grass under the truck not the grass near the exhaust pipe Troy. But talking about fords "fresh air inlets to cool the outgoing exhaust" they seem to be working out well for them! :B http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/pbnqfmv5qaltas8rieda_zpsam95m85s.png height=250 width=500
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/13/17 10:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Ram 5500 MH

Goatboy, I understand reading comprehension seems to be an issue for you. Since you may also seem to be numerically challenged, I will inform you that I joined this site back in 2003. You know back when Ram was still under the Dodge brand. Again try and keep up son if you can! LOL Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/13/17 10:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: two rims on back of a dually instead of 4 ?

If you do this I would say pick up a set of steel rims to install on the inside. This will protect the brakes and then you would have the correct spacing. I would not install your old tires on the inside as you could never match the same height of the tires. I do not think any reputable tire store would install mismatched tires anyway. The cost of the supper singles and wheels would be awful high and you would be better off just buying six snow tires that match at that point. Don.
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/12/17 09:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Anyone notice.........

Well there is a big difference between extruded and stamped aluminum. Aluminum has it's place but the inside and floor of a pickup bed is not one of them! Ford made a big mistake in making their truck beds out of aluminum and in true Ford form they will never admit it. Ram will be using a lot more aluminum in our trucks for the next generation, just not in the bed! Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/12/17 08:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Ram 5500 MH

Goat you do know that Ram became a stand alone brand way back in 2009 right? That fact must have escaped you somehow. The large RAM on the tailgate didn't show up until 2016. Try to keep up bud.
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/12/17 08:50pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Ram 5500 MH

Have you guys not seen Fords Raptor, King Ranch and Platinum tailgates? Ram has nothing on them!
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/11/17 09:28pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 Ram 5500 MH

List was $148,000 with a show price of $135,000 to rich for me!
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/10/17 11:00pm Tow Vehicles
2017 Ram 5500 MH

Yep first time I have seem a pickup cab and chassis used for a motor home. It is a Ram 5500 6.7 Cummins with the asian transmission. http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/20170909_172247_zpsnft7a9wn.jpg height=650 width=750 http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/20170909_172254_zpsw1txqp4r.jpg height=750 width=650 http://i1343.photobucket.com/albums/o790/Dtropnevad/20170909_172303_zpsa2yiq5jc.jpg height=650 width=750 Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/09/17 09:12pm Tow Vehicles
RE: The '70s called, they want their fan belt setup back

Before changing a serpentine belt, make sure the diagram under the hood is still intact. My son & I changed the belt on his Buick & only realize the belt diagram was gone after removing the old one. It was so tight in there & very difficult to see & there were about 20 different ways the new one would almost fit. Took about an hour & a half to finally get it on right. You could have googled it, the interweb can be helpful some times.
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 09/02/17 12:02pm Tow Vehicles
RE: The '70s called, they want their fan belt setup back

Yep Fish I would change it before it lets you down. Hope you are making it through the floods! BTW serpentine belts do crack and they will also have chunks come out of them. If you cut one in half the OE and good after market belts have two sets of cords running through them. This will allow them to stay together if a chunk of the pulley side comes off. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 08/31/17 09:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chinese Vehicles

Probably no worse than a Chevy. Every Mopar is worse than the worst Chevy. The 4th owner of the Albatross will soon find that out. Dude just a heads up you forgot the Sh at the beginning of the call sign! Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 08/28/17 12:24am Tow Vehicles
$140,000 Ram sold out before they hit the dealers

Well what about that boys? Link
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 08/25/17 01:49am Tow Vehicles
RE: F-150 Ecoboost towing

Sorry guys no "jealousy or inadequacies" here. I did the GM thing as my Dad worked for GM. My very first new car was a total POS and GM told me and my Dad too bad so sad. I drank from the Blue Oval Kool-Aid cup for many years and every last one of them were pure junk! So then I went on to Chrysler and have to say I have never had any of the problems that I did with the other two. BTW I started buying Chrysler's before I worked for them. As for GM my Dad owns a 91 D350 with a Cummins in it not a GM! He owned on Chevy truck for two years and never bought another one so you know. As for The Ford EB I have said a million times they have a great engine for towing and racing around town. But Ford sold me four vehicles (five if you count the replacement truck) and every last one was junk! They were in the service department more then all 14 new Chrysler products I have owned. I gave them more chances then I should have and will never own one ever again. So jealous, nope not in the least guys. Oh BTW why is it OK for the Ford and GM guys to post about buying their bands in a Ram towing post but not the other way around? Is it " jealousy, or inadequacies of what others have and the poster only wishes they had."? Peace out Boys Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 08/24/17 10:23pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Chinese Vehicles

Get back on your meds Nutz! How well I remember that when I'd posted that FCA's days of existence were numbered as they were unsustainable long time due the very aged manufacturing facilities and viability. I was blasted relentlessly by many cheerleading FCA forum members. Read the news and get educated for once! FCA's chickens have come home to roost and remember that Sergio and the Fiat family had literally begged another large corporation like GM or VW etc to buy FCA guised as a merger as the hand writing was on the wall. However, NOT one was interested or even offered and would simply wait for the bankruptcy and buy for cents on the dollar for anything they wanted. Sergio never asked nor begged anyone to buy FCA he was looking for someone to team up with to offset costs. You know Nutz like GM and Ford did so they could build their nine and ten speed transmissions. Nothing more but you already knew that now didn't you? Very soon, there will be no choice for FCA and their only hope left is the Chinese and the Chinese are really only interested in the Jeep portion which is 38%+ of the profitability of FCA and FCA would fold so quick with losing that 38% as they are already stopping the build or several model lines as they do not sell. The Chinese do NOT want or will not continue Ram trucks or nearly any of the other FCA vehicles either as the sales are plumeting. Ram will almost assuredly be gone as will the rest of FCA's vehicle offerings as was well stated in several WSJ and other financial business publications. Again Nutz you love to twest things around and use buzz lines but the fact is Ram, Chrysler and every other division other then the Fiat 500 are selling and sales are just as good or better each quarter. So hows GM's and Fords small car sales doing? That's right Nutz they are in the toilet! Simple to understand as Ram doesn't even offer an engine owned by FCA and made in the USA and mostly sold in the USA for the 2500/3500 Rams as they are either the Cummins owned/made and sold to FCA, shipped to Mexico, and installed in Mexico built 2500/3500 Rams, which are all built there and shipped back north, imported, and sold. Or the other engines made in Mexico (hemi) or the Italy made (Ecodiesel) and then imported to the USA. (the Hemi) which is in the 2500/3500 Mexican made Rams or the Ecodiesel made in Italy and are shipped to the USA and installed in 1500 Ram trucks also. So inefficient and a such waste of money and the Chinese will not work that way! They will supply! Where are GM's engines built? How about we talk about GM building cars in China and importing them to the good ole USA Nutz! How about Fords engines where are they built? As for the Ecodiesel it is such a great engine truck combo that Ford and GM have decided they have to copy FCA's idea and start building a LD diesel for their pickup's. Only GM screwed the pooch and only went half way lol. The Chinese have no use or demand for the Cummins 6.7L diesel or the Hemi or the full sized truck and they already make their own much smaller diesel engine and gas engine for a smaller sized pickup truck which would sell in Asia, Europe, South America, Africa, etc. They certainly would not be buying engines from Cummins or Mexico in any quantity and importing them to the USA, Canada, or Asia, etc when they have their own engines they make and they can also make the truck chassis for a fraction of the cost in China. Cummins has already taken notice as it will leave a big hole for them! The Chinese are not buying FCA and FCA is not going to sell Jeep as Jeep and Ram are FCA's saving grace and are keeping FCA a flot right now. Stay tuned! You know you are a very sad little man Nutz very sad indeed!
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 08/24/17 04:05am Tow Vehicles
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