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    That particular sub model may have only had 100 produced but the dodge ram with V10 engines had a much higher total production total with both regular and quad cab models
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Ram_SRT-10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    That particular sub model may have only had 100 produced but the dodge ram with V10 engines had a much higher total production total with both regular and quad cab models
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Ram_SRT-10
    Yep, I have a 99 Ram 2500 Quad cab 4wd with the V10 and NV4500 trans. I love the truck until I get to the gas station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baja View Post
    Yep, I have a 99 Ram 2500 Quad cab 4wd with the V10 and NV4500 trans. I love the truck until I get to the gas station.
    Speaking of V10s I leased a 2000 Ford Excursion with the 6.8l V10 when they first came out. I didn't keep it long because there were only 2 things I liked about it. It was larger than the Suburban or Yukon the second was it was quieter than a diesel and had almost nearly but not quite as much pulling power as the diesel model. nut the fuel mileage like most ford gasoline vehicles was abysmal
    I really feel like Chrysler missed the boat not bringing out a captively sized vehicle to rival the Suburban in their Ram line, The Grand Wagoneer could have been better advertised though.



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