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RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

OK some how I missed that your truck is a gasser. :o Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/29/17 03:51am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.4L Hemi vs Chevy 6.0L vs Ford 6.2L (gassers)

That will all change with the next Ram. They have decided to play the 3/4 ton under a 1/2 badge game also. The new 1500 will get six lug axles like the others along with a bump in the HP/TQ numbers for the baby diesel and other changes to bring it up to Ford's payload rating. Honestly if I wanted a 3/4 ton truck i would buy a real 2500 not a want-to-be truck. But that is what the sheep want so FCA/Ram is finally bowing down. Whatever sells trucks I guess. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/29/17 03:49am Tow Vehicles
RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

I got the extended warranty. 100K bumper to bumper and power train for life. If I can find a mechanic who knows how to use a screwdriver I'll be set. In all seriousness, our local Big O that has been working on our cars for years has been much more professional and friendly than the dealers mechanics. Are you sure you have "power train for life" Ram has never offered a lifetime warranty on any of the diesel engines. Best I could get was 5 years 125,000 bumper to bumper on my 2015 Eco. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/28/17 09:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

The point about buying locally and I have said this many many times is most dealers are not going to bend over backwards to get you in and pay to have someone pick a part up if at a local dealer. Nor are they going to pay to have a part expedited overnight for someone that is not a customer. There is a reason I can call my dealer and get treated like a king. I buy all of my vehicles from the same dealer and have been for over 22 years now. I can hang a bill and so can my kids if need be. I get a loaner anytime I want one and when my 04 truck was sold and the new one was not built yet they gave me a SUV to drive for three months! At no cost and when it needed an oil change they paid for it even when I told the SM I would pay for the oil change myself. He said no way! If you want outstanding customer service try being an outstanding customer! Are there POS FCA dealers out there you bet there are just like @ Ford, GM and every other car manufacture. But to think any dealer is going to slip you in before one of their regular customers (unless you are out of town) you have another thing coming. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/27/17 01:14am Tow Vehicles
RE: Moab trip canceled due to Ram QC

Ram certainly has had their share of CEL problems with their trucks... especially the diesel. Hope you can get it resolved and get your family on that very important vacation trip. Hay pot meet kettle LMAO-ROTF. Type in ford 6.7 cel issues then tell us again how "Ram certainly has had their share of CEL problems with their trucks... especially the diesel". BTW do it with GM or Chevy or any auto manufacture. They all have issues. To the OP, not sure why it would take the dealer two weeks to get a sensor in. If it were me I would call Ram and find out. Funny it only took my dealer one whole day to get me a new key fob for my truck. They ordered it Monday afternoon and called me Tuesday afternoon that they had it. Three days is the max for any in stock part that is not on back order. Just like Ford and GM FCA has parts warehouses all over the USA. The dealer can also locate the part at any dealer and have it shipped over night. There is a whole lot more to this then we are getting from the OP. I love this "There is another dealership in town but they are a few weeks out before they can look at it. They're busy because, you know, Dodge." no do tell us and then tell us why you bought a "Dodge" if "you know Dodge". Or do you think that maybe just maybe the local dealers, the ones you decided you didn't want to buy from are not going to bend over backwards for someone that buys from out of state? Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/26/17 09:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.4L Hemi vs Chevy 6.0L vs Ford 6.2L (gassers)

Sorry Marty thought we were talking about big blocks ;)
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/22/17 02:06am Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.4L Hemi vs Chevy 6.0L vs Ford 6.2L (gassers)

I don't know blt2ski, Dad's 1973 C30 454 auto towed our fiver from NW Ohio to S.Cal without any issues what so ever. That thing was fast for a big ole crew cab pickup. As for Alex yep had Ford sent a truck with the 4.30 gears they would have been very close to the Ram. But they would Not and I repeat NOT been the MPG champs. That seems to be Ford's number one thing, being the MPG King. When they get their little 3.0 diesel on line in the f-150 then they will recapture the crown in the half ton market. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/21/17 10:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ram 6.4L Hemi vs Chevy 6.0L vs Ford 6.2L (gassers)

Wow. Ford spanked em all. LMAO OK until you get to the towing and weight section, you know the work part. What it showed is they ALL are just about the same until again you get to the working part of the testing. Then Ram and Chevy both spank the Ferd. Carry on Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/21/17 12:01am Tow Vehicles
RE: Which Michelin Tire? Defender LTX M/S or LTX Winter

OK, you force me to ask, since I am in the same situation: What tires are better, so I can get those instead? Firestone Destination or Transforce. I'm was running Coopers didn't like the wet weather traction so I swapped them out for Yokohama YK-HTX so far so good. They ride very smooth are quit and have very good wet weather traction, also are SL load range. Dunlap and Uniroyal are very good tires too.
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/20/17 11:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Which Michelin Tire? Defender LTX M/S or LTX Winter

Neither Michelin tires are junk! The last two sets I had on my 04 Ram had 5/32" to 6/32" of tread left on them. They had to be replaced do to heavy dry rot! Will never own a set of them again. BTW my BFG tires did the same thing. There are a lot better tires out there then Michelin. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/19/17 11:33pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2015 ram horn delay

only thing I have noticed is with the air bag it seems to take a lot more pressure to get the horn to honk. I don't think there is any delay just more pressure is needed to get the horn contacts to touch. Also have not noticed any delay with the volume controls either on the steering wheel or the radio itself. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/18/17 07:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Best place to buy tires ?

Discount Tire/America's Tire (same company) is the only place I buy tires. Great service, no games, and they've got locations everywhere so if you ever need a tire repaired or warranted you'll find them in every major area X2 only place I buy my tires. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/15/17 08:54pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GM and navistars new 4500 to 6500 trucks.

LINK There is a pic of the 2018 Navistar but not the Chevy near the bottom. The agreement announced this morning calls for Navistar to build conventional cab trucks under the Chevrolet and International banners. Production will start in 2018 at Navistar’s Springfield, OH, plant. The OEM said it will invest $12 million in the plant and add 300 jobs. “It is a Class 4-5 lineup,” Bill Kozek, president, Truck and Parts, for Navistar, said during an afternoon conference call. “From our standpoint, it will probably be more Class 5; it could be stake beds, box trucks, vehicles for tree service. It will primarily be in the construction-type segment. On the Chevy side, it’s probably more Class 4 pickup models." So why isn't GM building their own trucks?
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/13/17 09:32pm Tow Vehicles
RE: How Much Truck For This Trailer?

I'm looking for a trailer at this size and features: Keystone Laredo 330RL Keystone says the Gross Vehicle Weight is 9,875. Let's call it 10,000. Ford says an F-150 can pull up to 10,500. The F-250 can pull up to about 13,500. If money was no object I would probably get the F-250, but since my last name isn't Gates or Buffett I do want to spend my money wisely. If you have this sort of experience, what would be your advice regarding this decision? F-250 that want-to-be 150 will not cut the mustard with that trailer. The cost of a 250 is the same as the 150 if you don't load it up. If it were me I would get the diesel and go with a less loaded truck. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/08/17 08:45pm Tow Vehicles
RE: GM and navistars new 4500 to 6500 trucks.

Is this going to look like their currant pick-ups or are they going to repeat the old Top Kick idea that didn't fly with their customers? Only people that were buying them were the commercial buyers. It was a great truck just not what most buyers wanted and why it went the way of the dodo bird just not enough sales to support it. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/08/17 08:41pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ike Gauntlet 2017 3500s DRW 22,800# load

Still waiting to hear if GM and Allison are parting company. Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/07/17 09:17pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ike Gauntlet 2017 3500s DRW 22,800# load

Guess since this can of worms has been open, lets get accurate stats, To say Toyota is more American than Ford or GM is incorrect. There are a couple Toyota models in the top 10 but GM is the clear winner in that regard. Take a look. You'll be surprised at the results. http://kogodbusiness.com/reports/auto-index/ Funny when I said the same thing about Toyota I got "quoted" and told I was a being a fanboy. People posting links showing Toyota as having the highest American content. Fast forward and it is just a few models now. LOL Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/07/17 09:08pm Tow Vehicles
RE: CAFE stds on the chopping block

No one is against common sense regulations. It's just that with anything connected to the government there is no common sense! To bad in four years everything the POUS has done will be undone with the click of a pen. Just like it is being done now. As far as "at what cost" hahaha silly rabbit it's the Unions fault....it's always the unions fault! Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/06/17 11:27pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ike Gauntlet 2017 3500s DRW 22,800# load

spud1957, You are so right. Tranny components are made offshore and imported as goods in process and assembled at Kokomo, Indiana. Aisin is Toyota Seiki owned in Japan. Cummins12V98, likes to spread it thick and plays games with many things just like FCA does. You really have to read the fine print and the deceptive wording. Yep and good ole GM is such an up standing American Company right? They are probably at the bottom when it comes to honesty! They screw their salary retirees every chance they can along with their customers. Oh but as long as they are an "American Company" it's all good right Nutz? Toyota is considered to have more American content then Ford and GM. America imports pay taxes in America (well as much as any American company does) they support American schools, charities and on and on. Give it a rest already! To this day my plant still supplies converters to MB in Alabama and it does not look like it is going to end any time soon. So what did Fiat do to you that makes you hate them so much. We all know you hate anything Chrysler now it's Fiat also? Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/06/17 11:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Ike Gauntlet 2017 3500s DRW 22,800# load

You know the funny thing is when the Ram was the slowest up a hill by seconds the other two fan clubs didn't have any problem pointing that out. Now that Ford is the slowest kid up the hill it isn't a big deal. Got to the the hypocrisy. They all build great trucks and they all have been for a long time. As for the GM gear ratio, speculating what a 4.1 or lower gear would do doesn't mean a thing. GM decided not to offer an optional gear ratio for their trucks and I can guarantee you there is a reason. Dadoffourgirls any truth to the rumor that GM is parting company with Allison and going in house? Don
Perrysburg Dodgeboy 03/06/17 12:51pm Tow Vehicles
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