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History Of The 2019-Present HD Rams: 1,000 LB-FT Cummins, New Frame And Best-In-Class Towing (Again)

Bigger rear axle, stronger frame, gargantuan towing figures and the first diesel to 1,000 lb-ft of torque. Yeah, you could say Ram’s fifth-gen HD’s are a big deal.

Invested In Diesel: The Big Three Are Still All-In On Compression-Ignition in HD Pickups

Is the ¾-ton and larger diesel truck segment the last bastion of hope for the internal combustion engine?

History Of The 2007.5-2009 HD Dodge Rams: Brand-New Cummins, Six-Speed Automatic And Stricter Emissions

With a 6.7L Cummins, 68RFE, improved steering and new 4500/5500 series trucks, Chrysler definitely sent the third-gen body style out with a bang.

Unique Diesel Swaps: A ’70 K15 Duramax and a CAT-Powered ’93 F-350

One was built to go fast, the other to be the perfect daily driver—both are guaranteed to turn heads.

History Of The 2003-2007 HD Dodge Rams: Common-Rail Cummins, New Transmissions And A Stronger Frame

Without question, the ’03-’07 Rams were more powerful, capable and appealing than Dodge’s HD trucks had ever been.

Half-Ton Heavies: Chevy & GMC 3.0 Duramax Diesel vs 6.2 Gas V8

GM currently offers more half-ton truck and SUV powerplants than ever. We compare gas vs diesel.

The Growth Of Domestic ¾-Ton And Larger Diesels

Unlike the half-ton segment, diesel continues to thrive in the world of heavy-duty pickups.

The Death Of Domestic Half-Ton Diesels

Too little too late? The rise and fall of domestic diesel half-tons in America.

King Of The Dyno: Chris Patterson’s 3,400-RWHP Cummins

From breaking dyno records to incredible 5-second eighth-mile times while still driving the streets, Chris Patterson’s Dodge dually is changing an industry.

Nitto Tire Grappler Buyers’ Guide

The top treads for your truck and SUV.

History Of GM’s HD Trucks, Part 4: ’17-‘23

13-million miles worth of testing ensured the ’17 HDs lived up to the hype—and they only got better as the years wore on.

History Of GM’s HD Trucks, Part 3: ’11-‘16

From head to toe, the ’11-’16 GM HDs were built for hard work. Here’s why.

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