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TxEco

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image.jpg image.jpg New member here from Deep South Texas. Got a pretty good deal on my 2015 Ram lone star 4x4. I have about 3000 miles on it now and I absolutely love it. Best truck I've driven and used. Sure beats the heck out of the 10 mpg I got out of my Silverado 2500hd. 28 mpg highway and 21 mpg city with 3.92 gears. Love it!! Looking forward for a level kit with some a/t or mud grappler tires. These stock tires are way to soft for me.
 

Brady

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Nice truck! Truck will look great leveled out, already sharp. Are you going to stay stock size tire?
 

TxEco

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Thanks. I'm leaning more towards some 33 12.5. The stocks are already 33 high. I've heard they don't rub if I use a 1/4 inch spacers on the stock wheels.
 

Brady

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Yea. I think that's a good choice. Seems to me you start running 35s, you can kiss any decent mpg numbers goodbye
 

BoostN

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Welcome, love the pictures.

Coming from a 2500HD to the EcoDiesel, I take it you aren't planning to tow anything really heavy?
 

TxEco

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No I don't tow anything really heavy anymore. Usually just the hay bales from one ranch to another. They are 5x6 and I don't know how much they weigh, but I'm guessing around 1700 lbs each. The trailer is a 16 footer. Handles it no problem at all. The other trailer I use is a small 2 horse trailer. Works for my needs. Can't recommend it enough. My dad's looking get one for himself as he can't believe the mpg this truck gets.
 
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