Well, we pulled the trigger on a 2015 Ram Crew Cab Big Horn Cummins yesterday. After driving the Tradesman vs the Big Horn we decided to spend the extra for the added features.
We got just shy of $10k discount and a price just about the border line of good/excellent for our 2010 Tundra. It was due for new tires and had a dent in the rear chrome bumper.
I'll have to purchase Nert bars and a longer Equalizer shank. Going with the 12"/6" drop 2 1/2" receiver shank.
I took the truck to the AS storage after dropping the head to the lowest setting (9" with 3" drop) and the tow ball is still too high buy about 1" to 2". The 12"/6" drop should give me the flexible adjustment I need.
Ordered the Westin Protract Nerf bar too.
Next step is to shop for camper shell and I'll probably go with a Bedbug interior.
The last two photos show the Ram hitched up with WDH. The head is at the lowest position on the shank. I have 3 washers in the Equalizer head. Its hard to measure fender height on rough gravel.
The payload/load sticker show 2089lbs. The Tradesman trim was about 200 lba more. This should fit our needs.
2008 Classic 25fb "Silver Mistress"
2015 Ram 2500 6.7L Cummins. Crew Cab, 4x4, Silver
2010 Tundra 5.7L, Double Cab, 2wd, White