Of course, if you have a Ram 2500 Power Wagon, fun is your best friend. Having fun means getting adventurous for those that drive pickup trucks. That being said, sometimes fun results in getting stuck. For that very reason, pickup drivers love the Ram Power Wagon with the electric winch on the front.
The winch on this heavy-duty pickup is mounted behind the front bumper. It is a standard electric Warn winch and is able to pull up to 12,000 pounds. The best part about this winch is you can pull yourself out no matter where you are! Simply hook it up to a stable tree and you are good to go. It is also useful for pulling your buddies out of a sticky situation! Apart from getting stuck, if your truck unfortunately flips, it can be used to get the truck back up.
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Australia’s Ram importer known as Australian Special Vehicles (ASV) has shown its first special edition Ram truck model called the Ram 2500 Code Black. The new model features plenty of black features (of course) to add an even more aggressive look to the already sporty pickup.
The Ram 2500 Code Black is equipped with a 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo diesel 6-cylinder engine paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission. As one of the most powerful diesel engines on the market, the 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel engine produces up to 385 horsepower and 900 lb-ft of torque.
Similar to the Ram Night Editions, this truck has dark accents all around the exterior. The Ram 2500 Code Black has black finishes on the grille, bumpers, side mirrors, and wheel arch flares. In addition the Code Black comes with 20-inch alloy wheels. Read the rest of this entry
Ram recommends using either 87 or 89 octane in new Ram 1500 models equipped with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine or the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, but do you know what that means? Or, do you know how different levels of octane in fuel affect your Ram truck? If not, keep reading!
In order to clearly understand why it is imperative to use the manufacturer’s recommended fuel, one needs to know what octane is. Basically, a fuel’s octane rating is the measure of how much compression a fuel can withstand before igniting. Read the rest of this entry
There’s no question about it. If country music stars and fans had an official vehicle, it would be a truck. Cowboys and cowgirls need a vehicle that can take them around the country roads, as well as a vehicle that has the capability to do some serious work, like tow a horse trailer or RV, and that’s why some of the biggest country music stars will never trade in a truck for a fancy luxury sedan in their music videos – it just wouldn’t work. Here’s a look at some of the country music stars who pay homage to Ram trucks in their music videos.
Who doesn’t love Miranda Lambert? She is a southern belle through and through, not to mention a great artist with plenty of awesome songs. Well, every country star and southern belle needs a truck and based on Miranda’s music videos she loves Ram. In her “Little Red Wagon” music video she is using a big ole Ram to tow her airstream. Plus, she showed her love for Ram a while back in her “Roots and Wings” video! Read the rest of this entry