Ram releases 2019 Ram 1500 payload and towing charts

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Ram has released the payload and towing charts for the 2019 Ram 1500 V6 eTorque, 5.7 Hemi and 5.7 Hemi with eTorque. All launch cab configurations and box lengths are listed, Quad Cab 6'4 box and Crew Cab with 5'7 and 6'4 box lengths. This also serves as our first official confirmation on box sizes with them remaining the same throughout the lineup. Also present is the Quad Cab HFE model that we have not seen yet. Check out the towing and payload numbers below

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Yes they make my "most powerful pickup on earth" seem so weak now. Of course around 01 Cummins started its dominance and in 03 the mighty Magnum V10 left the truck scene.

I am very impressed with the 2019 Ram 1500. Now, to be blown away by the 2500/3500 and BLOWN AWAY by the TRX
 

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interesting that the etorque adds about 49 pounds. Can't wait to see the 2019 regular cab longbed. Wonder if another reason on the hold up (I fully understand the reason why) with it is to add some numbers to the max towing...to win another back to back award lol.

Trying to figure out exactly what you can have in the truck to hit these figures...I got a feeling it isn't much, but bet it is still more than the furd guys who don't know not every ecoboost ford is max tow. My boss's only had passenger tires. I laughed at him when he made it back safe with his max load ford, he said I almost died...I said someone was looking our for you cause you should have. He said, wow...need to pay more attention. But of course it was only in oh crap situations, so he thinks with the lt tires he could haul more...Love furd guys lol
 

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interesting that the etorque adds about 49 pounds. Can't wait to see the 2019 regular cab longbed. Wonder if another reason on the hold up (I fully understand the reason why) with it is to add some numbers to the max towing...to win another back to back award lol.

Trying to figure out exactly what you can have in the truck to hit these figures...I got a feeling it isn't much, but bet it is still more than the furd guys who don't know not every ecoboost ford is max tow. My boss's only had passenger tires. I laughed at him when he made it back safe with his max load ford, he said I almost died...I said someone was looking our for you cause you should have. He said, wow...need to pay more attention. But of course it was only in oh crap situations, so he thinks with the lt tires he could haul more...Love furd guys lol
You already can. The only regular cab model sold will be on the Ram 1500 (DS) the current generation Ram for the 2019 model year. Regular Cab will come in 2020 model year for DT.
 

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I have been looking at these ratings again. They are all over the place.

I sure can't wait to see the etorque hemi up against the regular hemI just to see what they really did to increase capacity.

Am anxious to see a Rebel towing also.

Oh heck, that might make me buy one.

 

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devildodge said:
Yes they make my "most powerful pickup on earth" seem so weak now. Of course around 01 Cummins started its dominance and in 03 the mighty Magnum V10 left the truck scene.

I am very impressed with the 2019 Ram 1500. Now, to be blown away by the 2500/3500 and BLOWN AWAY by the TRX
Expect the TR/TRX to have lower tow capabilities due to the peculiar suspension characteristics they are expected to have.
 
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Yes they make my "most powerful pickup on earth" seem so weak now. Of course around 01 Cummins started its dominance and in 03 the mighty Magnum V10 left the truck scene.

I am very impressed with the 2019 Ram 1500. Now, to be blown away by the 2500/3500 and BLOWN AWAY by the TRX
I just know your gonna get ONE OF EACH - but what colors ?
 
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1st thing struck me was the Big Diff. in weight from the 3.21 to the 3.92 (the reason is obvious, but I never gave it THAT consideration) ! I'm only referencing from my perspective, the V6 eTorque Quad 4X4 -- Base Weight of 4989 & 5238 . . . an additional 249 lbs. ! SO based on the #'s it appears the same axles are used for the 3.55 ? The Weight being the same as a 3.21 ! Seems 5238 lbs. BASE weight may be "pushing it" with the V6 even at 305 hp.; that seems heavy !? Add a Cap at +200 lbs. maybe some sliding drawer system (100 to 300 lbs.) a DOG, a 230 lbs. Human or 2 and next thing ya know your "Maxed out?" !
. No 3.92 from V6 .


 

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