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Old 04-11-2012, 08:24 PM
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If you have the short bed Ram, you can tow more than with the long bed Ram, both with the 3.7 L engine
read the notes at the bottom of the charts

http://www.rambodybuilder.com/2011/d...ammlup1500.pdf

short bed = 3750 pounds
long bed = 3600 pounds

Another Dodge site reads differently, i did the BY VEHICLE part, you have to fill in the Year, the Vehicle, Bed Size, & Engine
2009 DODGE RAM_1500 1500 REG ST, REGULAR CAB, 2WD, SWB Bed, 4-Spd. Automatic VLP 42RLE Trans, 3.7L V6 Engine:
With 3.92 Axle Ratio Axle Ratio [i] You Can Tow 3850 lbs
http://www.dodge.com/towing/D/vehicle_to_weight.jsp
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