I'm Taking The 2014 Ram Power Wagon On An Adventure, Ask Me Anything

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Truck YeahThe trucks are good!

The 2014 Ram Power Wagon is purported to be the most off-road capable work truck you can buy off a showroom floor. It lacks the dune-jumping legs of a Ford Raptor, but with 14.5" of ground clearance and electronically disconnecting sway bars it should be able to crawl over all the twigs you can find.

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It's also easy to keep track of in parking lots.

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We won't be taking it into the jungle, we're going far more extreme. Tomorrow, myself and a co-driver will run this monstrosity of a pickup truck into the depths of New Jersey with a U-Haul auto transporter dangling off the back, where we're going to charge through a junk yard and winch out the husk of an International Scout I paid for last week.

So we've got some towing, hauling, crushing rusty piles of who-knows-what, and a whole lot of gasoline burning on the Power Wagon agenda this week. I can already tell you it's incredibly comfortable, reasonably quiet, and difficult to climb into even at my 6' stature.

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What do you want to know about the truck?

Images: Andrew P. Collins

DISCUSSION

hammerheadfistpunch
HammerheadFistpunch

Im really curious to know more about the atriculink on the front axle. I think its a cool system and I want to know:

if it works (if towing is loosey goosey)

and how it works

Also, I need some more relativity pics for size. This is a big truck and if you do trail it at all I want to know if it would even fit.