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2009-2019 don't forget the classic 4th gen is still going
I posted that before they announced the classic thing, but yes you are correct that some 2019s are available as 4th gens with limited availability while that continue to get production on line for the gen 5
 

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Still running strong!

I have over 225,000 on my 2003, 5.7 2500. Runs great and just drove round trip from Charleston to Dayton, Oh. and back with no problems (1400 miles). I'll be posting my comparison with my 2015 3.0 Eco. shortly.
 

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Just traded in my 2013 Laramie Longhorn with hemi that had 207k miles. I am just glad I had the lifetime warranty. Repairs that were done: water pump, air ride repairs, rebuilt the rearend, bushings in the front/rear, cam replaced, electrical problems.
 

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Just traded in my 2013 Laramie Longhorn with hemi that had 207k miles. I am just glad I had the lifetime warranty. Repairs that were done: water pump, air ride repairs, rebuilt the rearend, bushings in the front/rear, cam replaced, electrical problems.
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Okay, just to be clear, you mean the bushings were covered too?


I get it that oil changes might be "maintenance" or "service" to be conducted by owner, and that rebuilding a rear end might be covered work under a lifetime warranty, but I always wondered about those things that we all know in advance are destined to fail over time eventually (e.g. bushings). Would those items be covered for repair vs owner-responsibility?



I guess I have my answer now.


Without getting too too off-topic, might you - or anyone - enlighten us with those gray-area items that would or wouldn't be covered as lifetime warranty/Max Care vs owner-repsonsibility? Things that surprise us as being on one side or the other.
 

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2012 2/4 wheel, Just turned 100246 mi. Both manifolds replaced, passenger side at 64000, warranty, drivers side 98000, out of warranty. My dime $420.00. Used Castrol 5w/20w every 3000 mi. and Mopar 899 filters. Been all over the country with it ready for my next 100000 mi. love it!

 

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Was searching around and found this thread. I was looking at a 2013 ram, 3.6, with 207k miles for 10k. Was wondering is this was worth it or if I was going to be looking at major problems down the road.

I would like to get a 4th Gen ram around 10k, just scared of the miles.
 

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2014 ram 1500, 144000km (90000miles)
 

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I have a 2016 Laramie Crew 4x4 with 92000 on her. I purchased it new in Novemeber 2016. Transmission valve body replaced because of bump stop problem at 80k. Passenger side manifold gasket replaced around 43k. I just had radiator replace because had a pin hole leak. This is my 3rd gen 4 Ram and my favorite so far. For what I paid for this one compared to what the 19's now cost, I will be driving this one for a while.
 

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Hemi powered 09 1500 CC. Just shy of 88K miles. Diagnosed with a bad cam last week... :mad:
 

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2017 Ecodiesel, bought new August 2918, now has just under , yikes= 43,000 miles! Trouble free, but GDE tune with DEF and EGR delete.
 
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