This is a discussion on New eco motors within the RAM 1500 Diesel General Discussion forums, part of the RAM 1500 EcoDiesel Forum category; Found this place in Toronto Canada and they are offering a new motor for $11249. Install price$1250. CDN $ Two year warranty. Is called onestopgoatshop.com ...
Found this place in Toronto Canada and they are offering a new motor for $11249. Install price$1250. CDN $ Two year warranty. Is called onestopgoatshop.com wonder where they are getting these motors? Interesting
2014 RAM Ecodiesel Bighorn
2014 Dodge Durango V6 3.6L
8,500 less 1,000 back for core is good for a Diesel engine imo. 1,250 basic R & R is good. Remember it includes a new turbo new high pressure fuel pump 24 month unlimited mile warranty good at any Ram dealer and is a quick turn around once you have the engine. Where as a repair might not be and any warranty might only be good at the place that does the work.
Airstream TT & boat transporter. Factory trailer brake controller tow mirrors & hitch camera, B&M GN turnover ball, Andersen 5er adapter, WDH with built in sway control & steel adjustable hitch, Axle to frame air bags, GDE engine & transmission tunes plus turbo brake, SLT Grill, 275/55/20 XL load tires, Max ED tow rating 9,200, combined axle rating 7,800, Max 4th gen 1500 CVWR 15,950, Max receiver tongue weight 1265 w WDH, CAT scales 3,300 steer 2,560 drive with me hitches & tools
wow, cheaper to buy a wrecked ram off copart... these engines are entirely too expensive. I know they're made of moon rocks and unobtanium, but $8k? You can buy a pretty decent used 4x4 truck for that much!
Heck, I'm actually looking at a few EDs with higher millage (100-135k) because the price difference compared to a 35-50k mile truck is about 80% of a new engine. With the inherent risk of needing to replace an engine with these trucks anyways, it's only a 20% gamble... and 2 of the truck I've looked at have been running the GDE hot tune for 75k and 60k miles. It's a risk/reward calculation I'm ok with