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Old 04-11-2019, 03:14 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Only good thing dodge trucks had lately was the cummins, and only between 89-98, a lucky contract..

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Most rebels have 3.92s. Oh well.
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be very wary of the payload on a rebel. Make sure you know exactly how much truck you are getting. The first gen rebels had a damn near useless 1100lb payload. The 19's are better. The air suspension sucks. 3 of my 4 coworkers had to replace the compressors just out of warranty although everyone says its they only die like that in the northern winter climate.
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be very wary of the payload on a rebel. Make sure you know exactly how much truck you are getting. The first gen rebels had a damn near useless 1100lb payload. The 19's are better. The air suspension sucks. 3 of my 4 coworkers had to replace the compressors just out of warranty although everyone says its they only die like that in the northern winter climate.
I've been reading that about the compressors also. Being in New England I am a bit worried. I guess next winter I'll find out.

The most I'll haul in the bed will be a snowmobile or quad. Anything heavier will go on my trailer.
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Most rebels have 3.92s. Oh well.
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be very wary of the payload on a rebel. Make sure you know exactly how much truck you are getting. The first gen rebels had a damn near useless 1100lb payload.
Wow!! Kind of like the Ram 1500 Ecodiesel......I recall the payload was as low at 700 pounds?

My F150 has 2,620 payload rating, iirc
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