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hello everyone, looking for information that can help me make a decision on new rig. Being a 798 pipeline welder I travel from top to bottom, coast to coast of this great county of ours looking at a new ram dually with the I6 and Aisin tranny.Seems all that is available in the 18 models the 4:10 gears. Now after reading all the info that i can find, I have yet to find anything that will give an idea of the truck will ride down the road at 70 with just my welding machine and tools loaded up, about 2k lbs id say. towing a 10k trailer from job to job should be a breeze. But Is the rpms just gonna be screaming?  I cant help but think that somewhere there has to be a chart/graft showing this info. TIA Bill

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With the little bit bigger tire and higher geared 2nd OD gear it might not be much different than my 2nd gen. Better yet go test drive one and see for yourself.

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