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The Right Truck To Tow Like A Boss

Commonly equipped with the 5.7-Liter V8 HEMI® VVT Engine, the Dodge Ram Big Horn® can also be upgraded to the ideal engine power for performance – a 6.7-Liter I6 Cummins® Turbo Diesel Engine.  This type of power can do things to a man’s mind!  Make him think, for instance, he can climb a mountain with it… Or ford a river.  And that’s where it all went wrong, we reckon.

However, a kindly Ford F-350 happened to stop by and lend a neighborly hand.  While the F-350 tends to come under some criticism now and again, one can’t argue with Ford’s latest 6.7L PowerStroke™ V8 Turbo Diesel.  It packs 860 lb ft of torque at 1600 rpm, which is enough for it to start dictating the rules.

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Towing – Neck and Neck Between Dodge and Ford

Dodge Ram BigHorn® isn’t a lightweight by a long stretch.  Equipped with a 6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel engine, it’s been rated Best in Class by J.D. Powers & Associates for its herculean towing capacity of 17,970 lbs.  Heck, it could pull itself out of the mud if only it was able to, right? That’s not to wag the ole’ finger at the Ford F-350.

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In fact, the diesel F-350 often gets called upon to become the Good Samaritan for the likes of big sized tractor trailers. And as for that 14,000 lbs it’s rated for?  Well, l