Ask the Ram Insiders – Be a part of our Live HD Chat Session!

Hey all you Ram fans, got some burning questions you’d like to ask the folks who design and engineer our award winning trucks? Well mark your calendars as we’ll be hosting another live chat session right here on RamZone this upcoming Wednesday (September 21) from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm EST.

This session will focus on our Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 models and we’ll be ready to talk about the class leading towing and hauling capabilities along with all the awesome functionality that has been designed into the Ram Heavy Duty models. For you gearheads out there, we’ll also be opening the hood and discussing the legendary 5.7L HEMI® and our Cummins Turbo Diesel torque monster. Similar to our previous live chat sessions, you’ll be connected directly to our team of chassis/suspension engineers, product managers and powertrain folks. Accessory Experts from Mopar will also be available to talk about up-fitting accessories for your Ram Heavy Duty pick-up.


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  • Dustin

    Will there be factory upgrades that won’t void the Cummins warranty that will increase air and exhaust flow to help the 6.7 breathe better? Also will there be add ons (or factory equipped truck) that will include the power wagon package with Cummins power?

  • Edwin

    Plain and simple. What makes a RAM better than a Silverado or an F-150? Overall.

  • Baron Lowe

    Love my 2012 Ram 3500 Mega Cab Laramie 4×4. The Cummins with the 4.10 rear axle is a powerful combo. Wondering why my passenger seat vibrates/shakes when no one is sitting in it as I drive down a road that is not completely smooth. Is there a fix for this??

  • Dan K.

    The factory integrated trailer brake controller in my 2011 Ram 2500 doesn’t seem to be as effective as the aftermarket controller I had installed in my 2008 Ram 2500. Is it possible to bypass the factory controller and install an aftermarket one?

    I do LOVE the interior in the 2011!

  • shawn

    Why no HO Cummins with a manual transmission?? Ok we all know it is the DM clutch that is the weak link Guess what manual transmission buyers are not worried about a soft smooth clutch.We just want it to hold up. I had a 06 dodge with twin turbos with a manual transmission, put in a south bend Dual disc clutch.From sled pulls to carrying 20 1500 pound bales on the flatbed I never did have any transmission problems other then for the stock clutch.Nothing beats the cummins diesel with a manual trans for heavy towing, give it the clutch,power,tow rating it deserves!!

    I currently have a 2010 mega cab dually with a auto. I love the truck fit and finish is awesome. I am a little disapointed on the auto trans I feel the torque converter does not lock up soon enough causing a loss of fuel and power. When I put the auto in manual mode, I want the transmission to shift when I hit the button not 30 seconds later. Another thing with the auto in manual mode is it will down shift from 6th to 5th near wide open throtal. I feel the truck should stay in the gear till I shift it to 5th. Now in manual mode locked in 5th it will not downshift on a big hill, Just the way I like it!!
    Some things that you need to make optional is a rear electric locker actually a front one would be nice to.
    I like the the back up camera in the tailgate so much so I would never buy another truck without. but please add a camera above the rear window to make hooking up a gooseneck easier.
    I rate my truck on a scale of 1 to 10 a 8 and that is because of the auto could be better. My next truck will be a manual and I am hoping I don’t have to void the warranty right away by having to put in a aftermarket clutch and putting a power chip in it. The only reason I went with a auto this last time was the higher hp and tq ratings.-
    To be perfectly honest I should have a 4500 but it has such a low power ratings and I want a pickup box because everything I haul is on a trailer. So is a 4500 mega cab with a box to much to ask for??

  • Jeff

    Is there still plans for a smaller cummins? Not everyone needs that much torque and I’m sure some would give up a few lbs for some relief at the fuel pumps; Its hard times for businesses and individuals nowadays . A cummins powered power wagon would also be a dream come true for a lot of people.

  • Gary

    Why no dual alternater option.
    Why not extend no urea to midium duties. Instead of the other easy around.

  • James

    #1. Will Ram be going to DEF in 2013+ CTD trucks? I personally feel it’s no hassle to use it.

    #2. Any future changes to the 68rfe to fix the sloppiness of the operation?
    (Reading a couple magazine article comparisons between the 3/4 ton diesels trucks in that
    the tranny in the RAM 68rfe is holding back the torque and horsepower).

    #3. Mileage? Improve mpg and better emission technology. Europe has their stuff together.

  • matt

    I have owned 2 rams a 2000 3500 dually ram and 2003 1500 thunderroad ram. I would like to know what the problem is with the dashes that they crack. I maintain my vehicles inside and out and under the hood but this seems to be a problem.