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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.

Can I Ditch My Spare Tire and Just Carry a Can of Aerosol Tire Repair Kit?

It's a question more people are asking as they weigh the space, weight, and cost savings associated with leaving a traditional spare at home.

Thinking About Buying an Electric Vehicle? These are the EV Terms and Definitions You Need to Know

Shopping for a new EV can make you feel like you need to learn a whole new language.

Gelled Up! How To Avoid The Age-Old, Cold-Weather Diesel Catastrophe

With these tips, you can keep your diesel on the road during the coldest of cold weather.

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.

History Of The 1998.5-2002 HD Dodge Rams: The 24-Valve Cummins, Better Interiors And Standard 4-Wheel Disc Brakes

The latter years of the second-gen production run saw Dodge continue to fine-tune its hot-selling Rams.

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.

History Of GM’s HD Trucks, Part 5: ’24-Beyond

GM’s 2024 model HD trucks aim to set the standard in towing technology.

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.

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.

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