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Clydesdale in Disguise
by argo from San Diego, CA | January 29, 2010
'95 3500 Ram SLT Ext Cab Dually, cummins' 5.9 diesel, 5 speed manual. SLT was the top of the line in '95, we added Kelderman Air Suspension for towing. It has performed on every tasked we have asked of it. It is a truck, as such, it handles like one. It has spent it's life on the highway running 55mph for the most part, towing or hauling. At 205 thousand miles it still has 200 thousand left in her. Only major repairs has been to replace the starter and radiator. Looking forward to purchasing a 2010 Ram Dually diesel. The '95? It's a keeper, it has given us too many fun miles to be put out to pasture.