Originally Posted by ironbender
Originally Posted by strikeu
Trucks I either Have now or have had in the last few years. Thoughts on them, either with complete stock emissions, or deleted. or in some cases that issue doesn't apply. These are in chronological order, not my preference order.

1. 2000 Ford F-250 Superduty with 7.3L
2. 2005 RAM 2500 with 5.9 Cummins
3. 2006 RAM 3500 Dually with 5.9 Cummins (aftermarket exhaust brake)
4. 2012 Ford F-450 powerstroke 6.7 Fully deleted
5. 2015 RAM 2500 6.7 Fully Deleted Cummins
6. 2018 RAM 3500 Dually 6.7 Fully Deleted Cummins

What is your ranking then?

I have only had the F-250 about a month. it's a long story but I traded the 2015 RAM 2500 for the F-250 because I didn't have the deleted RAM parts to go back to stock, and I don't trust the emission laws. (my opinion) It is only a matter of time before the Federal Government makes it so you can't register a vehicle with altered emissions. SOOO, I since I wanted a truck to last me my retirement years, the low mileage 7.3 was the way to go. I bought the 2000 F-250 with 30k original miles, I can't really compare it to the cummins..it is really a different beast, so I'm gonna leave it off for now. My ranking is this:

2006 RAM 3500 Cummins 5.9, I kick myself in the balls for ever selling this truck.
2005 RAM 2500 Cummins 5.9, once again, ball kicking.
2018 RAM Cummins 6.7 deleted (I have the parts to go back to stock if needed)
2015 RAM Cummins 6.7 deleted (no parts to return to stock- hence gone) this freaking truck was a monster, the tuned engine was off the scale. I sold it last month for more than I paid
2012 Ford F-450 6.7. this was a bad idea. CP4. Lawyers hounded me for 5 years to represent me in a lawsuit for the CP4. I got rid of it ASAP.