Chat with Ram HD Engineers - Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 @ 6:00PM EST. This chat is focused on Ram Heavy Duty Trucks!
Ram Heavy Duty Trucks Engineering Chat (9/21/2011)
Wednesday September 21, 2011
This event will begin at 6:00PM EST and end at 8:30PM
Ram Trucks will be awarding $25 Gander Mountain Gift Cards for the best questions/answers in the following categories:
Most Useful Product Feedback - Best Vocation Specific Suggestion - Best Recreational Suggestion - Best Overall Question
Topics for the chat will include:
Driving Range - Towing Capacity - Durability - Storage - Cost of Ownership - Vocational and Recreational Packaging
6:01Comment From RAMunition
6:03 Ram Truck: We cannot discuss future products; however, we would love to hear feedback for future products. But we are giving prizes for-
6:05 Comment From Jared
6:06 Ram Engineer: Jared,
6:06 Comment From Sherman
6:09 Ram Truck: Good to hear from you Sherman. The console size is the same on Laramie Longhorn as on all other Rams. The only difference is that we don't offer a 40/20/40 Bench seat. If you are saying that you would like to see that configuration, we don't have current plans to offer it, but we will consider it.
6:10 Ram Marketing Specialist: Keith,
6:10 Ram Engineer: Guest - Regarding your question on tow ratings - Actually there are available packages that take the tow rating to 30K GCWR on the new Ram. But tow ratings are more than just engine output. The packages comes with upgraded axles, upgraded automatic transmissions, heavy duty cooling, and other improvements to meet the customer's performance requirements with these loads. The result is a vehicle with competitive ratings and performance.
6:11 Comment From Keith
6:12 Comment From Guest
6:12 Comment From Aaron
6:12 Comment From Kevin
6:12 Cummins Engineer: Kevin the reasoning behind defaulting the e-brake to off is for saftey reasons. That someone would not forget to turn it off during slippery road conditions.
6:12 Ram Engineer: 6:00 PM [Kevin] No, unfortunately we do not recommend tapping into a speed signal on your truck.
6:13 Comment From Squidward
6:14 Comment From Kevin
6:15 Ram Truck: Squidward, a light duty diesel is certainly something we're studying.
6:15 Comment From Aaron
6:15 Comment From Kurt
6:16 Ram Product Specialist: Kurt, thanks for joining us. What would you be looking for an air suspension to deliver for you? Rear only? Front and Rear? Kneel feature?
6:16 Comment From devin
6:17 Comment From Guest
6:17 Ram Truck: You are correct that we currently do not offer the Mega cab with 8' bed. We don't currently have plans to offer it..... Have you seen the Long Hauler concept truck?
6:18 Comment From ncgrl1
6:18 Cummins: Aaron - Cummins offers a broad range of integrated technologies and has the ability to choose the right technology for the right market at the right time. Avoiding the move to urea for the latest breed of trucks gives owners an easier truck to maintain, and less complexity for maintenance and service. We are continuously evaluating the latest technologies.
6:19 Ram Engineer: ncgrl1 - As you know, we offer the class exclusive manual transmission. It makes a great compliment behind the Cummins engine.
6:19 Comment From Seth
6:20 Ram Truck: Seth, Sounds like an interesting experiment, but we don't have any current plans for an SRT Ram. I take it that you are interested?
6:20 Comment From Jake
6:21 Comment From Guest
6:21 Ram Engineer: devin - regarding transmissions; cannot comment on future plans for Ram (as you know). BUT - the Ram Engineering team looks at EVERY transmission issue in the field, and is constantly making improvements in durability and reliability of the entire transmission and driveline. A 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty comes with every Ram pickup. Our goal is to be best-in-class for durability/reliability on these components!
6:22 Ram Truck: Jake, we are not standing still on our powertrain plans, I can assure you. However, there are some drawbacks with the ecoboost that we would hope to avoid. For example, Turbos are not the first choice for most truck customers and they generate a lot of heat while towing. Also their fuel economy suffers at lot while towing. Stay tuned for Ram....
6:22 Comment From Jared
6:22 Comment From Jay
6:25 Ram Product Specialist: Jared, thanks for joining us. Glad you have seen or read about the Longhauler concept truck. We have developed the concept to help gauge interest in that type of vehicle and specific features, like air suspension. We continue to get positive feedback on air suspension and will continue to look at it.
6:26 Ram Marketing Specialist: Jay, Our 2012 Ram HD with Cummins High Output 6.7L diesel has an unsurpassed 800 lb ft of torque and tows up to 22,750 lbs. GCWR is 30,100!!!
6:28 Comment From Sherman
6:28 Ram Truck: Thanks, Sherman
6:29 Ram Engineer: Guest - question on Ram front axles - 2500/3500 front axles had a number of upgrades in 2007, 2010, and 2012 model years; focusing on a number of specific improvements such as knuckles, ball joints, and seals. The Ram team has also increased the durability test length by 50% to make sure the improvements work. Again, the goal is to be best-in-class durability for these systems.
6:30 Comment From Jake
6:30 Ram Product Specialist: Hi Jake, we don't have air suspension in our current product. You may have seen or read about our Longhauler concept truck, that does include air suspension, and we continue to monitor interest in this feature. Air-ride seats is another feature that we will have to consider.
6:31 Comment From Kurt
6:32 Ram Product Specialist: Kurt, thanks for the feedback, we'll take that in account.
6:33 Comment From Ken E
6:33 Ram Truck: Ken, Thanks for the comment on CNG. I am sure that you are aware that natural gas is an abundant resource here in the US. Our new partners from Fiat are the European experts at CNG powertrains. We will work hard to make a good combination of these two facts.
6:33 Comment From charlie
6:33 Comment From charlie
6:33 Cummins: Aaron, Charlie - Focusing on increased torque allowed us to make the engine more flexible and provides a broader (more useable) power band. While maximum power remains the same, the new 800ft-lb rating provides significantly more power in the lower RPM range, delivering up to 46 additional horsepower at typical highway cruising speeds.
6:34 Comment From Aaron
6:36 Comment From Tyler
6:36 Ram Engineer: Tyler - your question on going back to a solid front axle for Ram 1500 - sorry to disappoint you but the 1500 Ram is great with a independent front axle! It gives the Ram 1500 a better ride and handling. The front independent axle is quieter, lighter, more efficient, has a disconnect feature to save fuel, and is durable. If you really are interested in a solid front axle, consider the Ram 2500!
6:37 Comment From eric
6:37 Ram Truck: Eric, we have nothing like that planned. The sales of vehicles like that have decreased in recent years and they don't fit in well with the coming fuel economy regulations.
6:38 Comment From Guest
6:38 Cummins Engineer: Guest: We can not suggest any performance upgrades.
6:39 Comment From justin
6:39 Cummins Engineer: Justin We can not suggest any performance upgrades.
6:40 Comment From Smaczne
6:40 Ram Truck: We have announced that the pentastar V6 will replace all corporate V6's, so stay tuned for an announcement on Ram.
6:40 Comment From Baron
6:40 Ram Product Specialist: Baron, we don't have air suspension in our current product. Our Longhauler concept truck does include air suspension, and we continue to monitor interest in this feature, for potential future products. Feedback on the concept truck has been very positive. Thanks for joining us.
6:42 Comment From Vulpine
6:43 Comment From Ernest
6:43 Ram Truck: Vulpine, we are constantly looking at the product portfolio and there may be an opportunity there. We will consider it.
6:44 Ram Truck: Ernest, a light-duty diesel is certainly something we're looking at.
6:44 Comment From Kevin
6:44 Ram Engineer: Kevin, thanks for the input regarding the manual. We know there's a following for manual transmission.
6:44 Comment From diseled
6:45 Comment From Tyler
6:45 Cummins: Diseled... unfortunately we can't discuss future technology here as you know, but rest assured we are continuously evaluating new technologies, and work together with RAM to offer the best package for the customer.
6:45 Ram Truck: Tyler, the best I can say is that we make that truck today, but it is a 2500. They are different for a reason. We don't have any plans to change the 1500 configuration.
6:46 Comment From Squidward
6:46 Mopar Engineer: Thanks for your interest in the Ram Runner! As with other products from Mopar we are always gauging consumer interest and looking to work with the brands to offer vehicle packages to meet your wants and needs.
The Power Wagon is an excellent off-road vehicle that is offered today though it is intended for a slightly different use.
6:46 Comment From Kevin
6:47 Comment From Chris - Ram Info Center
6:47 Comment From Chris - Ram Info Center
6:47 Ram Marketing Specialist: Chris- Ram info- You may want to take a look at the Ram Power Wagon- the most capable off road truck on the planet- right from the factory!
6:47 Comment From Steve McGitchie
6:47 Ram Product Specialist: Steve, we continue to look at air suspension (Longhauler concept truck) and monitor interest in this feature. What did you like better about the 2001 seats? What would you change about the current seats?
6:49 Ram Product Specialist: Kevin, we don't have air suspension in our current product. You may have seen or read about our Longhauler concept truck, that does include air suspension, and we continue to monitor interest in this feature.
6:49 Comment From Ernie
6:49 Ram Marketing Specialist: Ernie, That is a great idea... we will take a look at it
6:50 Comment From Ray
6:51 Ram Engineer: Jay - Regarding a six-speed transmission on the Ram 1500 - For 2012 model year the Ram 1500 offers six-speed automatic transmissions across the entire vehicle line, including ERS (electronic range select). As far as the 6.4L Hemi goes; cannot answer that (you know).
6:51 Ram Truck: Ray, Cummins is an outstanding power train partner. Their reputation for reliability adds value to the Ram Truck brand and is a source of pride for our HD owners. We expect that relationship will continue for many years to come.
6:51 Comment From Jay
6:51 Comment From Ed
6:52 Ram Truck: Ed, turbos in pickups are not necessarily the right answer. For years, any vehicle with a turbo was not rated for towing of any kind because of the heat generated when the turbos are constantly in boost. Stay tuned to Ram. We won't let you down.
6:52 Comment From Ray
6:53 Ram Truck: Ray, no plans to offer Allison.
6:54 Comment From devin
6:54 Ram Product Specialist: Devin, the concept vehicle has only been shown with a gooseneck hookup in the bed, but it does have two alternative tailgate concepts, one for a fifth wheel and one for a gooseneck. A fifth wheel hookup would be feasible.
6:54 Comment From drifty
6:55 Ram Truck: No current plans for a rear locker, but we'll take it under consideration. We are always looking for enhancements.
6:55 Comment From Guest
6:55 Comment From Jay
6:55 Ram Marketing Specialist: Jay, Our 2012 1500 RAM has a new 6 speed transmission
6:57 Comment From Jake
6:57 Ram Truck: We are always looking at potential product enhancements, but we don't have anything to announce at this time.
6:57 Ram Engineer: Ed - regarding a V6 engine in a Ram 1500 (tubocharged or not) - what would be your thoughts on the most important attributes for a powertrain combination like this? Fuel efficiency versus tow capability versus performance versus long-term durability/reliability? What should the priorities be for the Ram customer?
6:58 Ram Engineer: drifty - our limited slip diff gives you similar performance with quicker response than electric. You also don't have to predict when you need to lock the axle. If you're in need of a vehicle with real off road performance, then check out the axle locker.
6:58 Comment From Baron
6:58 Ram Marketing Specialist: Baron, All of our Cummins equipped engines come with a block heater. If you order ADE, the cord should come with it.
7:00 Comment From Sam D.
7:00 Comment From Wayne Bautch
7:00 Comment From Kurt
7:00 Ram Product Specialist: Kurt, thanks for the positive feedback.
7:01 Ram Truck: Wayne: $35,120 starting MSRP plus $995 destination.
7:01 Comment From Ray
7:01 Ram Truck: Ray, all diesel engines went through emmissions system changes back in the 2007 model year that caused all manufacturers some growing pains. I can assure you that Cummins engines are the longest lasting, most durable and reliable engines on the market today.
7:01 Comment From Keith
7:02 Ram Engineer: Kieth - Thanks for the positive feedback!
7:02 Comment From Mr. Mopar DG
7:02 Comment From ncgrl1
7:02 Ram Engineer: ncgrl1 - The rear axle ratio is posted on the sticker.
7:04 Comment From Ray
7:04 Ram Marketing Specialist: Ray, we appreciate your support. We come to work each day with the thought of supporting Truck Enthusiasts like you
7:05 Comment From Paul
7:05 Ram Engineer: Paul - MDS doesn't activate just on speed alone. Several factors are involved, including power demand, load and speed. The EVIC in the middle of the cluster has a small "eco" not when MDS is active.
7:08 Comment From Hal Hughes
7:08 Ram Engineer: Hal - the towing increases we made in 2011 up to 30K GVW meet the SAE trailer tow specs, including pin weigths.
7:09 Comment From David
7:09 Ram Marketing Specialist: David, Thanks for the feedback... voice of the customer is important to us. We will take this into consideration for future planning
7:10 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
7:10 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
7:11 Ram Product Specialist: Powerubi Wacon -- for 2012MY all gas engine HDs get the 66RFE transmission. No changes planned currently for the electronic system (locker/SmartBar).
7:11 Comment From Jared
7:11 Ram Engineer: Jared - check out chryslercareers.com
7:11 Comment From Drew
7:11 Comment From Ed
7:12 Comment From Keith
7:12 Ram Engineer: Drew, Ed, and Kieth - Thanks for the feedback on the V6 Ram 1500; fuel efficiency seems to be the key attribute! For a Ram, durability/reliability is not an option.
7:12 Comment From charlie
7:12 Ram Marketing Specialist: Charlie, Thanks for the feedback.
7:13 Comment From Jake
7:13 Ram Engineer: Jake - what year truck do you have
7:13 Mopar Engineer: The heavy duty rock rails were offered from Mopar at one time- unfortunately they were discontinued. We are investigating offering these again for current and past models.
7:13 Comment From drifty
7:16 Comment From Ray
7:16 Cummins Engineer: Ray: The 6.7L Cummins is a High Pressure Common Rail Fuel System.
7:16 Comment From SoCalDesertRider
7:16 Ram Engineer: SoCalDesert Rider - your question on axle disconnect - what is the reason you want manual locking hubs on your Ram? For us back in Michigan, getting out of the truck in a snowstorm to manually lock the front hubs would be a real pain! The Ram's electric axle disconnect is fast, durable, and we stay warm!
7:17 Ram Marketing Specialist: Jman, we currently offer 20's on 1500...Are you interested in 18 & 20's for 2012 HD
7:18 Comment From jman
7:18 Comment From Sam D.
7:18 Ram Engineer: Sam D - Thanks for the input regarding gas 3500 and increased payloads, Regarding tires, what rear pressures are you running?
7:19 Comment From Keith
7:21 Comment From Hal Hughes
7:21 Ram Engineer: Hal Hughes - your question on "increasing MPG's" - this is a HUGE focus for the Ram team on all fronts; along with more performance and capability. The recent changes to 6-speed automatic transmissions is an example, but even little things like improved brake drag are being made.
7:21 Comment From Paul
7:21 Ram Truck: Paul, as always, we appreciate the thoughts and feedback.
7:22 Comment From Keith
7:22 Ram Engineer: Kieth - Thanks for the input on the headlamps.
7:23 Ram Truck: Drifty, A lot of good comments in there. We love the power wagon and will continue to try to make it better.
7:24 Comment From SoCalDesertRider
7:25 Ram Truck: SoCalDesertRider, we are always looking at those capabilities and will work to exceed your expectations.
7:26 Comment From Sam D.
7:28 Ram Truck: Sam, thanks for being a great customer! We see why you are asking for those items. We would love to keep you loyal to Ram, so we will work on those things. We don't have anything to announce, but we'll work on it...
7:28 Comment From Drew
7:29 Comment From Paul
7:31 Comment From Ray
7:31 Ram Truck: Ray, no plans for a composite bed at this time. We really haven't had much demand for one. Customers seem to prefer the simplicity of all-steel fenders.
7:31 Comment From Mark
7:31 Ram Engineer: Mark - we use several venues to gain real world customer feedback, including the our dealer network. We have relationships with fleet customers that have high milage vehicles. We also interface with National Truck Equipment Association and TDR.
7:31 Ram Truck: Drew, The second digit in the trans designation is the torque rating The 66RFE uses the internal gear set from the 68RFE. It's got great torque capacity, but is too much for a 1500. We updated the 545RFE to the 65RFE with a new torque convertor and improved software to get improved fuel economy. We will continue to work on even better transmission technology in the future.
7:32 Comment From Jared
7:32 Comment From Franj
7:32 Ram Engineer: Jared - What upfit would you need a PTO for on a pickup
7:32 Comment From Sam D
7:32 Ram Engineer: Franj - The Ram Trucks have Hemi engines specifically designed for trucks; not cars. Look closely at the performance numbers (HP & torque and the peak RPM's). The Ram Hemi's have more torque at lower peak speeds. The Ram engines also have key features for trucks to maximize cooling performance, increase oiling capacity and others. But the Hemi name is all over both!
7:33 Comment From Ray
7:33 Cummins Engineer: Ray: I have actually seen several Cummins Ram with well over 1 million miles. One actually at 1.4 million, and the head was never removed.
7:33 Ram Truck: Sam D, the 3500 Gas engine has completely different handling characteristics than the diesel. We will work on perfecting the package so we can offer it to you.
7:34 Comment From Jared
7:34 Ram Engineer: Jared - Most small cranes work well with a EOH internal system at a much lower cost
7:34 Comment From Ray
7:34 Cummins: Ray - I've personally met an owner with 2 million miles on his truck without major overhaul to the engine. It's a proven engine that is extremely durable in a multitude of different vehicles / machines.
7:36 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
7:36 Comment From Drew
7:37 Mopar Engineer: The lockers and stabilizer bar will engage/disengage easier in a "neutral" position without any torque on the system. While it's true the original Wrangler Rubicon used a low pressure air system to engage the lockers the 2007 and newer Rubicons use a 12 volt system. It's likely that electronic systems will continue to be used.
7:37 Comment From Ed
7:37 Cummins: Ray - it also takes more than high horsepower numbers to make a great engine! We have to balance emissions, reliability and performance to deliver the best all round package.
7:37 Comment From Drew
7:37 Ram Truck: Drew, we are proud to be the only Heavy Duty truck manufacturer that continues to offer a manual transmission. We estimate that about half of our manual sales are conquest because the other guys don't offer it. I won't give you the exact number.
7:38 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
7:38 Ram Engineer: Powerubi Wacon - Thanks for the input on 2500/3500 manually locking hubs. Do you think more customers would want electric? Same savings in wear/tear and better efficiency.
7:39 Ram Truck: Drew, stay tuned and keep reading RamZone.
7:41 Comment From Keith
7:43 Ram Truck: Keith, we have a lot of experience with both Urea and non-Urea systems. We use Urea in our chassis cabs. There is an affect on FE, but because these trucks do not have EPA labels, I can't give you exact numbers.
7:43 Comment From Murrin
7:43 Comment From Ed
7:44 Mopar Engineer: It will be easier to install the axles in a Cummins-equipped truck. Fortunately, they are available - we even built one and took it to Moab with 40" tires a few years ago. :)
7:44 Ram Truck: Murrin, we are looking at a lot of different engine technologies. We can't comment on the future direction at this point, but DI is being considered.
7:44 Comment From Frank
7:45 Ram Truck: Frank, we have no plans to offer a manual in the 1500. We are currently the only ones that offer a manual in our Heavy Duty, though.
7:45 Comment From Don
7:45 Comment From Squidward
7:45 Ram Engineer: Squidward - regarding rear axles and lockers/LSD - I believe the GM rear locker is a mechanicaly locking diff; which locks when it sees a difference is wheel speed left to right. The Ram Limited Slip Differential is a helical device that senses torque not speed, and we feel it is better for all around use. In our evaluation, the optional electric locker on the Ford is not even close! It has to be manually switched on; so if you are already stuck you're toast. And it take too long to engage.
7:47 Ram Engineer: Don - the factory trailer brake controller use brake input and deceleration to mange the brake control. For 12MY there are multiple brake control levels to choose from, including EOH with light and heavy trailer wieghts.
7:47 Comment From Guest
7:48 Comment From Frank
7:48 Ram Truck: Frank, we offer great low end torque on our gas and diesel engines. Plus, towing is not just about 0-60 times. it is about getting up to speed, scrubbing off the heat that is generated, controlling the load, and bringing all that weight to a stop. Ram pays attention to all of those things and does a good job for you on all of them.
7:48 Comment From Gerry
7:48 Ram Truck: Guest,
In the end, the Ram Truck Brand feels that our excluisive use of this diesel particulate filter technology offers customers a less complicated, lower maintenance -- and most importantly -- less costly alternative to the diesel exhaust fluid treatment systems required by other diesel pickup manufacturers
7:49 Ram Truck: Gerry, electric steering is a relatively new technology that does offer some fuel economy benefits. We will consider offering that technology in more packages....
7:49 Comment From devin
7:49 Comment From Drew
7:49 Mopar Engineer: The "stepside" box on the Moab concept vehicle was used to see the responses from enthusiasts. With enough interest, anything can become a possibility! ;)
7:49 Comment From SRTStud
7:49 Cummins: Guest - also to note, as part of our extensive validation for the Cummins 6.7, we run a lot of miles and tests in a lightly loaded (often empty truck) condition, to ensure that the engine can deliver the same legendary durability that our customers have come to expect from Cummins.
7:50 Comment From SRTStud
7:50 Ram Engineer: SRTStud - An SRT minivan; what a novel concept!! Thanks for the suggestion, but - how many cup holders should there be? Let's stick to Ram HD.
7:50 Ram Truck: Devin, the Red interior is a great color for Charger, but don't look for it in a heavy duty truck any time soon.
7:50 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
7:50 Mopar Engineer: Nice fleet!
7:51 Comment From Jake
7:51 Mopar Engineer: The heavy duty rock rails are tubular and bolt to the frame to help protect the body from damage.
7:53 Comment From Ron
7:53 Comment From Lloyd
7:53 Ram Truck: Lloyd, we are working on that option as we speak, but I can't advise you when it will be available.
7:53 Comment From Hurley
7:54 Ram Truck: Hurley, nothing to announce on upfits. We do offer almost 30 paints for special order and we can paint as few as 10 trucks in any one color.
7:54 Ram Engineer: Ron - We ran the 12MY vehicles through all our durabiltiy testing to validation ratings
7:54 Comment From Mike
7:54 Comment From Will
7:54 Mopar Engineer: We are happy to have a manual transmission too. Some of us even have one as our daily drivers!
7:54 Ram Truck: Thanks, Mike. We couldn't agree more!
7:55 Comment From Ernie
7:55 Ram Truck: Ernie, we agree on the interior and will continue to work on making the exterior more and more unique. BTW, that is the first suggestion that I have heard for a filigree bumper!
7:56 Comment From devin
7:56 Comment From Ken E
7:56 Ram Truck: Devin, What?
7:56 Ram Engineer: Ken E. - You are right the new CAFE standards are tough but Ram is up to the challenge!. All of the items you mention are possibilities for trucks across the board; improvements in gas engines, alternate fuels and diesels, and even HEV's. Ram has a fleet of 140 Ram 1500 plug-in hybrids in government and fleet service as part of a DOE program to investigate their viability in the market.
7:56 Comment From eric
7:56 Ram Engineer: Eric - The 2010 Ram HD was Motortrend truck of the year!
7:57 Comment From Ed
7:57 Cummins: Cummins offers a broad range of integrated technologies and has the ability to choose the right technology for the right market. For the Chassis Cab product, we determined that Urea (SCR) was the optimum solution for the duty cycles in that particular market. However, for the pickup product, we already had a proven combination of advanced technologies that met 2010 emissions three years early. Therefore, we invested our resources in continuously improving our current technology rather than applying SCR, which is a new technology for the pickup market. RAM HD customers can continue to drive with the added convenience of not needing to fill their trucks with urea, and without the added complexity of these systems.
7:57 Comment From Guest
7:57 Ram Engineer: Guest - regarding the 66RFE - the 66RFE transmission was specifically designed for the Ram 2500 pickup with the 5.7L gas engine; matching the vehicle's capability requirements.
7:58 Comment From Ernie
7:59 Ram Truck: Ernie, for 2012 We are offering new optional 20" wheels on Ram Light Duty. They are HOT!
8:03 Ram Truck: The Ram HD chat is concluding. Thanks for all of your questions and comments! We’re sorry we didn’t get to all of them tonight, but be sure to check back on RamZone soon for responses to the questions that were not answered.
8:03 Comment From Powerubi Wacon
8:04 Comment From Keith
8:04 Ram Engineer: From Ram Engineers - Thanks for participating; we appreciate you as customers and we appreciate your feedback!!
8:05 Mopar Engineer: Thanks everyone! If you have any other questions for Mopar drop us a line on Facebook.com/Mopar!
8:08 Comment From Kurt
8:08 Comment From Drew
8:08 Comment From Ernie
8:08 Comment From Ray