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This truck was built to tow! Over 30,000 lbs. towing capacity, beautiful 2-tone color, fifth wheel/gooseneck prep, highly optioned, and LOW MILES! Laramie Crew Cab with 8' bed Diesel, 4x4, Aisin transmission, 4.10 gears Approximately 47,000 miles as of late February 2022 $69,000 Located in Orlando, FL GVWR: 14,000 lbs Front GAWR: 6,000 lbs Rear GAWR: 9,750 lbs GCWR: 39,100 lbs Tow Rating: 30,320 lbs Interior condition is perfect with no issues. Overall exterior condition is very good with a few bumps and bruises here or there (listed + shown below). Factory Ordered Options granite crystal metallic paint two-tone silver on bottom protection group package convenience group package 5th wheel / gooseneck towing prep aisin transmission 4.10 axle ratio 6.7L I6 Cummins turbo diesel engine keyless go aux switches center high-mount stop lamp with cargo view camera LED bed lighting chrome side steps auto level rear air suspension UConnect 4C NAV w/ 8.4" display dual rear wheels (17") remote start dual alternators spray-in bedliner Aftermarket Changes corner bed step side bed step soft truck bed cover Bruises rear bumper quite dented + scratched truck body near where it pushed back a little rear panel has a scratch + dent from separate incident (same panel from bumper scratch) small rock chip on hood
Good day. I am contemplating moving from an F250 to a RAM 2500 with the Cummins engine and extended cab, for pulling my 37' 11" Keystone Avalanche. I am interested in comments particularly from people who drive or have driven a RAM 2500 with the Cummins engine pulling a fifth wheel. Some time ago I recall reading a discussion regarding whether one emphatically needs the 8' bed in the RAM or if you can pull something like I will be pulling, with a RAM shorter bed. Thus far in searching the previously owned market, I haven't found all that many RAM's with 8' beds. Any comments and personal experiences would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Tim Lerchbacker