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Old 04-10-2003, 08:33 PM   #1
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The newer models have different engines.

I think any of them would be acceptable unless you are going up mountains. In that case the 4800 would be not be acceptable. They are coming with huge power these days. My Ram 1500 4.7 4WD pulls my Overlander real nice, but I haven't gone up any mountains yet. I'll know in 2 weeks. Depends on whether you want a truck or SUV. Any larger one with a long wheelbase, should pull nicely.
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