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Dodge Ram Cummins 5.9l 6.7l diesel engine specs
Dodge Ram Cummins 5.9l 6.7l diesel engine specs have changed a lot from 1989 to 2017. The Cummins corporation actually made the engines for the Chrysler corporation bda Dodge and Ram companies. All these Cummins diesel engines are inline 6 cylinders. You can find these Cummins engines in many Dodge Ram 2500, 3500, 4500 and 5500 truck models. The original design in 1989 to 1993 started with a 5.9l VE-Rotary pump and 12 valves. These engine produced 160 horsepower (HP) and 400 foot pounds of torque (lb-ft). In the next generation of 5.9l Cummins engines they would change the pump to a P-7100 from 1994-1998 but was still only 12 valves. These Cummins engines produced from 175 to 235 HP and 440-460 lb-ft torque. In the third generation of 5.9l Cummins engines they would replaced the pump with the VP44 model and would move to 24 valves from 1998.5 to 2002. These Cummins engines produced 235-245 HP and 460-505 lb-ft of torque. These Dodge Ram trucks were also the first to get a catalytic converters which were required for EPA regulations. The last generation 5.9l Cummins engines from 2003 to 2007 used HPCR pump and 24 valves. They have 305-325 HP and 600-650 lb-ft of torque. Cummins made a displacement change in 2007.5 to the 6.7l Cummins diesel. This new generation of 6.7l engines started to use a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) as well as a catalytic converter for new stricter EPA regulations. The new Cummins 6.7l engine from 2007.5 to 2015 had 350-385 HP and 865 lb-ft of torque. In 2016 Cummins broke the 900 lb-ft torque mark. For both 2015 and 2016 Cummins had broken the torque records for any massed produced road worthy vehicle in the United States. The 2017 6.7L Cummins has the same engine as the impressive 900 lb-ft torque of the 2015 6.7L Cummins engine in the Ram trucks. Below is a chart from 1989 to 2107 to show the changes of HP, lb-ft, pumps and valves. Dyeautos.com has diesel trucks for sale many of these trucks are Dodge and Ram diesels. As a side note you can denote the 5.9l’s and 6.7l’s by the 8 digit of the VIN as a “C” or an “A,” respectfully.
Dodge diesels truck and later Ram diesel truck engines specs:
Pumps and years
P-7100 Pump 1994 t0 1998,
VP44 1998.5 to 2002,
HPCR pump from 2003 to 2017
Dodge Ram Cummins 5.9l 6.7l diesel engine specs:
Year Displacement (Disp) Horsepower (Hp) Torque (T) # of valves (V)
Year Disp Hp T V
1989 5.9L 160 400 12V
1990 5.9L 160 400 12V
1991 5.9L 160 400 12V
1992 5.9L 160 400 12V
1993 5.9L 160 400 12V
Year Disp Hp T V
1994 5.9L 175 420 12V
1995 5.9L 175 420 12V
1996 5.9L 215 440 12V
1997 5.9L 215 440 12V
1998 5.9L 235 460 12V
Year Disp Hp T V
1998.5 5.9L 235 460 24V
1999 5.9L 235 460 24V
2000 5.9L 235 460 24V
2001 5.9L 245 505 24V
2002 5.9L 245 505 24V
Year Disp Hp T V
2003 5.9L 305 555 24V
2004 5.9L 325 600 24V
2005 5.9L 325 610 24V
2006 5.9L 325 610 24V
2007 5.9L 350 650 24V
Year Displ Hp T V
2007.5 6.7L 350 650 24V
2008 6.7L 350 650 24V
2009 6.7L 350 650 24V
2010 6.7L 350 650 24V
2011 6.7L 350 800 24V
2012 6.7L 350 800 24V
2013 6.7L 385 850 24V
2014 6.7L 385 865 24V
2015 6.7L 385 865 24V
2016 6.7L 385 900 24V
2017 6.7L 385 900 24V
Dodge Ram Cummins 5.9l 6.7l diesel engine specs
I believe these numbers to accurate from various articles, Dodge/Ram forms and websites.
Inexpensive 4×4 trucks for sale under $10,000 in Denver is tough and frustrating process.
Its hard to find inexpensive 4×4 trucks that look good and run good in Denver. Dye autos has several 4×4 trucks for sale including Ford F-150’s, F-250’s, Dodge Ram 1500, 2500 and Chevrolet 1500 and 2500s under $10,000. Due to the influx of trade-ins and the recent boom of the Colorado economy these vehicles come and go quickly from inventory. If you have a larger budget in mind like say $20,000 the opportunities open. We have trucks for sale like Dodge Ram 2500, 3500, Ford F150, f250, f350, Nissan Titan, Chevrolet, GMC 1500, 2500 and 3500 models. Mostly these trucks will have gas engines. Even harder to find are trucks for sale with diesel engines. Considering the cost of new similarly equipped trucks for sale in Denver by franchised Dealers these trucks are a great deal. Keep in mind the 2wd trucks for sale can also fit your budget if it is not a must to have a 4×4 pickup. If you are not stuck on a truck then maybe a AWD Ford Fusion or other AWD SUVs we have for sale by do the trick. For a huge selection of truck and SUV inventory check out dyeautos.com. You can call 303-286-1665 for a sales representative to answer all your questions.
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Ford F-150, F-250 and F-350 Comparison Denver
Since 1948, continuous manufacturing of the F-series line of trucks by Ford, has made them one of the longest running lines vehicles with an uninterrupted past. The trucks in this series are known all over the world as ready to work trucks. Though Ford has released three models in this series including F-150, F-250 and F-350, the F-150 is considered the best-selling truck for over 30 years in US. But your choice to buy which of them can depend upon a number of factors like their engine, power, towing capacity, specifications and a number of their features. The Ford F-150, F-250 and F-350 comparison Denver, provided in this write-up will help people living in Denver, Colorado and other nearby areas to know them closely before finalizing their decision to buy any of them.
Options of models of the F-150, F-250, F-350
Ford offers various types of F-series trucks in different models with different engines, cabs and trim levels for you to choose as per your needs and desires. A basic breakdown of options provided here will help you in this Ford F-150, F-250 and F-350 comparison Denver.
Various models of F-150 including F-150 XLT, F-150 XL, F-150 Lariat, F-150 Platinum and F-150 King Ranch are available at different MSRPs including $25,420, $30,695, $38,685, $48,495 and $50,960 respectively but with similar engine options including 2.7L V6 EcoBoost, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost, 3.5L V6 FFV Engine and 5.0L V6 FFV Engine.
Similarly, various models of F-250 including F-250 XLT, F-250 XL, F-250 Lariat, F-250 Platinum and F-250 King Ranch are available at MSRP $31,235, $34,995, $43,300, $51,260 and $54,970 respectively with types of engines like 6.2L V8 2- Valve Flex Fuel and 6.7L V8 4-Valve Power Stroke.
Correspondingly, F-350 is available in various models including F-350 XLT, F-350 XL, F-350 Lariat, F-350 Platinum and F-350 King Ranch at different MSRPs of $32,130, $35,895, $44,195, $52,160 and $55,870 respectively, and with even more powerful engine options of the 6.2L V8 2- Valve Flex Fuel and 6.7L V8 4-Valve Power Stroke.
Though engine options for all the three basic models are same, the difference in their prices depend on various other features.
Classification by weight for the F-150, F-250, F-350
Normally trucks are named for their weight class but that weight is not the maximum weight they can carry. A half-ton truck can carry much more than its weight class, with the help of the latest technologies.
But still, weight class can make an obvious difference between the three trucks in the F-series line up. The smallest one, the F-150 is classified as a half-ton truck. Being a light-duty truck it is considered the best to tow smaller items like tools, furniture, appliances and lumber etc.
The F-250 is classified as a 3/4 ton truck and the F-350 is known as one ton pickup truck. Both of these trucks are known as super heavy-duty trucks with slight difference in their towing capacity and payloads.
Specification of chassis for the F-150, F-250, F-350
The chassis is the backbone and frame for any vehicle as most of its parts are held to it and its towing capacity and payload depends on its sturdiness. Being a light-duty truck the chassis of F-150 is lighter and less complex than other models, like the F-250 and F-350. The chassis of F-150 includes a stamped lower control arm and coil-over front shock suspension on a standard double-wishbone along with a solid axle and leaf spring suspension on its rear. The advanced suspensions on the chassis of F-250 and F-350 allow them to tow heavier loads.
Interior space of the F-150, F-250, F-350
Though all the models of F-series trucks can haul respectable loads in their beds, still the cab size of F-150 surpasses other models. Both the super heavy-duty cabs can accommodate 6 passengers in their cabin due to their strong built and larger towing capacity but the F-150 can provide larger head room and legroom to its passengers. Thus, the F-150 can be more a sensible option for you as it is more comfortable than its bigger brothers, if you do not need a vehicle with a greater hauling capacity.
Start searching the most suitable F-series pickup for you
Thusly, the basic thing you should consider while selecting a suitable pickup for you is the way you will use it. The F-150 in the Ford F-series is the best seller in the US due to various reasons including awesome fuel efficiency, affordable price and impressive performance. But if you want to tow heavier loads, then the more powerful F-250 or F-350 can be more suitable for you. These super heavy-duty trucks have been preferred by businesses, skilled laborers and contractors for many decades for this reason. To view our Ford F-Series inventory hereRead More
Dye Autos, located in Wheat Ridge, has a plethora of commercial trucks. When you shop with us, you’re bound to find one that can meet your business need. We have trucks ranging from Ford F-450’s, F-550’s, to Dodge 4500 and 5500’s. We also carry moving trucks, cargo vans, and have trucks with beds as long as 21 feet. If we don’t have what you need on our lot, we can surely find it for you.
Dye Autos makes it easy to buy a diesel or gas commercial vehicle. You’ll find we have the lowest prices in Denver and a simple buying process. We can finance for as low as 1.99%.
You want ‘em – We got ‘em. Stop by Colorado’s largest truck center in Colorado today. You’ll find us at 4855 Miller Street, Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033.