Full size truck with a hemi V8 and you are expecting 18 city 22 highway lol doesn’t the rebel have bigger heavier tires and a little lift as well?…hemi does not spell good fuel economy. My window sticker said 15 city 21 highway I believe for my 2022 classic crew cab 6’4” box with the 5.7 and...
Can look shiny but still have play in it, a competent dealer solved mine in a second, while the one where I purchased the truck told me it’s a ‘ecm update for a drone that Chrysler has not released yet’ lmao. Check tranny mounts and such as well
My 2022 had a vibration from 45-55 that vibrated the floor / center console and from 55 above seemed to travel to the rear, had a bad rear drive shaft from the factory. After replacement truck is smooth as silk even on LTE BFG AT KO2’s
So far I think I’m sticking with the 22’s, only flaw is lost a little bit of cleaning area on the passenger upper right side of windshield, which does not effect me. No need to clean so high up on the windshield where I can’t see anyways! I like them.
I saw a few times on here the issues that happen require a new fuel tank as they make everything easier to fix these days, just joking on the last part. With my hemi and 3.92’s I couldn’t imagine how fast that gas gauge goes down with a normal size tank! I have the 32 and seems like a 25 haha
Seems like there is a lot of confusing cross over from the new gen to the 4th gen, if a place scans my registration for a alignment specs the classic comes up as a 5th gen. I pretty much look up a 2018 ram to get the most accurate results possible. Back to Wally World for some 22’s!
2018 ram 1500 5.7L per rock auto states a 22 inch wiper. 2022 ram 1500 classic (same truck) on rock auto states 24 inch. I think I will go back to the 22, 24 seems a little big and sloppier honestly. Thanks for the thoughts and info as always!
I was always a trico force guy, but after having a snowy cold snap that somehow broke the new wipers on my Tahoe I am replacing all with rain X which I used to use. I am a fan of the beam style. Less bulky and better connection from arm to wiper on the rain x I noticed. Never had a vehicle...
So every other direction I am looking at when buying wipers it seems like a split of 22 inch or 24 inch, manual states nothing about sizes. Everyone’s thoughts? What do you guys run. Currently have 24’s seems like they don’t rub anything, pretty close to windshield cowl though.
I don’t care what you paid in the end, I was curious on the starting price mark up for 2024 vs 2023 as I heard they added 7k to the starting price. I have seen on here that that is the place to go, if only I traveled for mine, sighhhh