Mopar Ram 2500 Heavy Hitter Steps Up to the Plate

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Mopar will crash the 2019 Chicago Auto Show just like it did in 2018, but this time with a new set of accessories tailored to the all-new 2019 Ram 2500 and 3500 lineups. And to highlight some of the more interesting personalization options for the heavy-duty trucks, Ram will reveal its latest concept to auto show attendees in Chicago.

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Dubbed the Heavy Hitter, this modified 2019 Ram 2500 Big Horn 4x4 crew cab starts with the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 and new eight-speed transmission, but it also sports some of the more than 170 Mopar parts made for the HD lineup. The most dramatic piece of equipment on this concept is the powder-coated lightbar topped with five 5-inch LED lights shining almost 25,000 lumens. The lights are controlled by integrating the switches into the auxiliary switches in the center console.

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The Heavy Hitter also sports a set of powder-coated off-road rock rails to protect the underbody (not yet production pieces) and a set of 17-inch beadlock-type wheels (also not yet production) to hold the aggressive 37-inch mud-terrain Goodyear tires, all kept tucked up underneath the fender wells with a set of four fender flares.

Mopar also put a corner step in the rear of the truck to provide quick access to the bed, which is accessible when the tailgate is up or down. Inside the cab, the Heavy Hitter wears brushed, stainless-steel door guards emblazoned with the Ram logo, as well as heavy-duty waterproof all-weather floormats throughout.

Other Mopar accessories created for the Ram 2500 and 3500 models include an extra trailer camera, a new gooseneck back cleat setup, toolboxes for the bed, several types of bedliners, Katzkin seat covers, tonneau covers and more. Visit www.mopar.com to see the full parts list for the Ram HDs.

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is per the terms of the loan, which to date are on time, in full and full compliance of the terms. Should you have information to the contrary please share and cease with the unwarranted insinuations.


Posted by: GM Blows Chunks | Feb 8, 2019 1:28:05 PM

Please post terms of loan and proof of full compliance. I seem to recall Ford attempting to renegotiate . Maybe Ford wants the government to pay interest to them.

@GMSRGREAT

answer back to the post made by GM Blows Chunks

if you can't

stop posting

then nobody will LOL @ U anymore


@GMSRGREAT

you failed

@GMSRGREAT

Your density and short term memory issues know no bounds.
Should you have information to the contrary please share and cease with the unwarranted insinuations.

Posted by: GM Blows Chunks | Feb 8, 2019 1:28:04 PM

that describes you so well

LOL @ U

Please post terms of loan and proof of full compliance. I seem to recall Ford attempting to renegotiate . Maybe Ford wants the government to pay interest to them.
Posted by: GMSRGREAT |
Again the short term memory issue,you recall? What do you recall and when did you recall it? Please support your allegations with something substantive. Please remember this is United States we are innocent until proven guilty, not Venezuela or some other Banana Republic. If you don't actually have something to show then will just chalk this up as a nother GMS miss fire.

Girls,girls! Y'all pretty! Geez. Such whiney sensitive girly men on this forum.

In fact U.S. GOVT lost $11.2 billion on its bailout of GM, more than the $10.3 billion the Treasury Department estimated when it sold its remaining GM shares. The $11.2 billion loss includes a write-off of the government’s remaining $826 million investment in “old” GM. The U.S. government spent about $50 billion to bail out GM. As a result of the company’s 2009 bankruptcy, the government’s investment was converted to a 61 percent equity stake in the Detroit-based automaker; reason why they should be called GOVT motors.....

Why is Yard trash and Chunks arguing with each other. Listen up, your the same guy.

If you don't actually have something to show then will just chalk this up as a nother GMS miss fire.


Posted by: GM Blows Chunks | Feb 8, 2019 2:21:28 PM


If you can't prove Ford is 100% compliant in their repayment of tax payer money, then shut up.

@GMSRGREAT

name calling and assumptions

from the dumb one

you just make something up

and post it

as if someone is gonna believe you

no wonder people LOL @ U

You made the allegation, it is for you to support and ultimately prove.
Did you fail basic civics class in school?

reason why they should be called GOVT motors...
Posted by: Lionel | Feb 8, 2019

@Lionel

Why don't we just tell our Congress to drop CAFE and watch the automakers (and their employees) thrive? CAFE is a big paper chase that adds no value to your vehicle.

@papajim

you add no value to what Lionel posted

take off the blindfold when you post

LOL @ U

reason why they should be called GOVT motors...
Posted by: Lionel | Feb 8, 2019
@Lionel
Why don't we just tell our Congress to drop CAFE and watch the automakers (and their employees) thrive? CAFE is a big paper chase that adds no value to your vehicle.

Posted by: papajim | Feb 8, 2019 4:23:15 PM

papajim Why do you change the subject when the GM bankruptcy is talked about?

What if the Gubmint had not helped bail out the auto industry? Approximately 1,000,000 high paying US jobs might have vanished. As I recall, because of the GM and Chrysler bankruptcies, union contracts were opened up for renegotiation, greatly reducing labor costs for the big 3, without which Ford would probably have gone bankrupt too. But Ford would have gone belly up anyway, because most of the US auto parts suppliers would have gone bankrupt. The Gubmint did lose over $10 billion in bailing out the automakers, but they would have paid many times more than that under the pension guaranty program that would have been tapped to cover all of the pensions associated with the UAW. Again, the ONLY reason Ford didn't go belly-up anyway, was that they had borrowed approximately $23 billion before the crash, for the purposes of revamping their auto lineup. Nobody, including Ford had predicted the magnitude of the recession to come, but Ford had secured the cash that ultimately saved them from bankruptcy, that along with their $5.9 billion Gubmint loan. By the time the magnitude of the recession started to be known, capital was simply not available to GM or Chrysler. I'm not exactly a big Gubmint guy, but if they had not bailed out the industry, we might have lost around 1,000,000 good jobs permanently...AND it would have cost a great deal more to pay all of the pensions that the Gubmint would have had to cover through the pension guarantee program.

With all these heavy hitting parts installed on this 2500 Ram, available payload is what, like 450 pounds?

#pavementprincess

With all these heavy hitting parts installed on this 2500 Ram, available payload is what, like 450 pounds?

#pavementprincess

wow, I think first graders can do better then the idoit posters on this site...Posted by: Snowman | Feb 8, 2019

I-D-0-I-T

@snowman

Are you kidding me? I bet there are bona-fide first-graders who can actually spell idiot correctly.

What was the highest grade YOU finished?

@papajim I finished a four year Bachelors Degree in business. I can spell if I have too.

@snowman After my last post to you, I all of the sudden was hit with an epifany, treat others as you would want them to treat you was the thought that hit me. I am sorry that I went over the line, I will try and do better next time. Sincerely, papa

I finished a four year Bachelors Degree in business. I can spell if I have too...Posted by: snowman | Feb 8, 2019

Was the career college you attended at a strip mall, or a major shopping center?

I will try and do better next time. Sincerely, papa
Posted by: papajim | Feb 8, 2019 9:17:05 PM

FAKE PAPA

Who is papajim?

Who is papajim?
Posted by: Ron | Feb 9, 2019 12:38:10 PM

It's papajoke



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