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Old 11-05-2009, 12:22 AM
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Dana80 if I'm not mistaken. A lot of people say the SuperDuty is the best truck and the Cummins is the best engine, and mate them together and you'd have a kick*ss hauler. I have the Ram 3500 to haul my trailer and it is an absolute piece of garbage. I'm regretting it almost every week. Had nothing but problems since I owned it. I work the absolute piss out of both my Ram 1500 and my Ram 3500, and my 1500 has double the mileage and has double the reliability. What you choose depends on what you'll be using your truck for. Both my Ram 1500 and my Ram 3500 I use for work, so I skipped the Sierra 3500 and went with the Ram 3500 since it had the Cummins engine. The Cummins engine, assuming it is operating properly, is hands down the better performer in regards to workload. I don't care what the numbers say, I can tell you from my own personal experience that the Cummins blows away the Duramax and the PowerStroke.
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