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New 2022 3500 Dodge Tradesman 6.7 HO Aisin ordered and coming in the fall ???


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1 hour ago, NIsaacs said:

 

Here is a scan of my lubricant chart, no mention of SO/HO dually, just dually. It appears that the 12" also comes in an SRW

 

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The 12.0 is only offered on the HO, so they are excluding the 11.5 DRW axle. 
 

Regardless of wheel configuration SO gets 11.5 and HO gets 12.0. 

It’s a poorly written section thou. 
 

Since 2003 there has been no direct recommendation of anything heavier than 75w-90 for the 11.5” axle. I even called AAM 12 or 13 years and asked about it. They simply said they built it for 75w-90 and unless you ran over GCWR in Death Valley it wasn’t needed, but you’re probably close 🤣
 

Why RAM went to 75w-85 over 75w-90 I don’t know.l

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I’m sitting on $400 worth of Oil and gear grease what to do with It  I suppose sell it with the old truck a sweet deal

Thanks gents 

I love my old 99 rattler  Really don’t want to sell it but I’m creeper impaired.  71 and can’t do it so new truck time.  I want the warranty and dodge to do it.  I just hate saying that. Oil changes everything.  Bent m o— sorry.  To old   Soooo the fluids spare parts my knowledge of the truck are all part of the deal but as is where is needs to apply.  This truck is ready to haul a 2500 -2800 camper   Air bags exhaust brake 8 ft box regular cab. So what’s she worth.  Garage kept still a good looking truck.  Tons of power and slows down good.  Good brakes total 3400 $ new front end.  No junk tell me true. I have a number in my head.   I’m so sad 

 

 

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It meets Cummins spec for the 99.  I see your point. Don’t know what the spec is for a 2022 and I dont want to void my warranty 3 years etc and the warranty I’m going to buy after that.  That’s why I’m buying a new truck.  Delvac and 70/140 gear grease needs to go with the old truck. Thanks that helped me a lot.  I’m not going to work on the new truck. Dodge is   Thanks.   Sometimes its hard to see the forest because the trees are in the way

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25 minutes ago, Turbo Terry said:

It meets Cummins spec for the 99. 


Specs have changed a lot since 99, and they are almost always backwards compatible. Go look at the jug and see what specs are on it. CI, CJ, CK? 
 

Depending on how long you’ve had it it very well may work in the 22. 

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6 minutes ago, Turbo Terry said:

Mobile Delvac 1 ESP    API Ck-4 sae 5w-40 Diesel engine oil CK- 4 Cj-4 cl-4. New oil. It’s premium oil 


Unless something unannounced happens for 2022 trucks that oil will work perfect in your new truck. CK is the current spec and I’m not expecting a change for a while. 

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10 minutes ago, Turbo Terry said:

This is not found at Walmart or most auto stores.   You have to buy a case 4 gallons at a time from a mobile dealer.  


Looks like Amazon has it for $35 gallon when you buy 4. 
 

Walmart shows it online $33/gallon with free shipping, thou I’m not sure that applies to AK. 
 

Looks like a decent oil for the price group. It’s a little thinner when cold and has a higher TBN than the similar Amsoil, but the Amsoil is thicker when hot and has a higher HTHS rating. 
 

I am surprised with its TBN of 12, don’t see that much anymore. That was more common with CI oils than CK oils. 

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Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii are some times more than the goods total bs.  But it is why your trip to Alaska costs so much   We don’t care about the cost it would make us just crazy.  If you want it buy it.   We  have a bar in town Chilkoot   Charlie’s   The sign on the door says come on in we cheat the other guy and pass the savings on to you.  You cant live here if your afraid of bears  prices bugs and dark cold  lonely winters or bad roads.  We got it all . My lubes would work just fine in my new grandpa truck.  I’m born and raised up in Nebraska. Go Big Red.  New truck will be called big red best thing ever happen to me is I got out of there

 

 

I will truly miss my old truck.   Makes me very sad

82 here today.  We thought we might melt    Pretty hot for us   We don’t have ac.  Or screens  on are upstairs windows    Sitting in the shade with my 6year almost 7 grand daughter.  We had to turn the sprinkler on and run thru it.   Starting to cool now a bit.  I did not run thru the sprinkler He’ll I can’t run barely can walk.  Good times

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17 hours ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Like myself I've not seen any 2020 or newer trucks yet. So, I didn't know there was a spec change. 

 

Common out here is 1st Gens, 2nd Gens, some 3rd gens, very few 4th gens...

 

Complete opposite in ct. I think I see a first gen of any type, besides the one that lives in town and the one that sled pulls, about 2-3 times a year. Second gens are really common, first half 3rd gens are more rare and second half 3rd gens are semi-plentiful. But most common is the 4th gen. 5th gens are starting to show up a bit more. I think they will slowly replace the 4th gen being the most common around here. 

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