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After buying only GM trucks I also decided it was time to try something else. Loved my 2015 max tow 6.2 but the constant issues, many of them repeatedly and my power train warranty about up I was done.
Best part of the truck was wide open throttle where it ran and drove decently. Problem is that you can't drive that way often. Instead I put up with terrible shifting, or the thing not down shifting at all. Randomly shook on the highway and I tried several days of tires and wheels at my expense.
I still like GM trucks but the truck had issues GM was ingnoring like leading axle seals, multiple times, 3 leaking radiators, the list goes on and on.
I absolutely hate Ford and what they're doing so Ram and Toyota were my choices.
So far my 2019 Ram Rebel has been awesome. My tuned 6.2 had far more power which is important to me but the Hemi isn't bad at all. Maybe I'll be back when and if GM starts taking care of the customer better.

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