Hummer H1 vs New Dodge Ram (Part 2)

Best buddies, I swear to goodness, drive vehicles they know will help each other out. The first guy has a Hummer H1 Alpha Diesel, perfect for fording rivers, clearing snow trails, and towing trucks out of the mud. His buddy has what looks to be a third generation Dodge Ram 2500, equipped with what sounds like a 5.9 L Cummins I6.

That’s perfect for hauling wood, heavy payloads, lowering a boat trailer into the water, and all sorts of other fun activities. These guys have a great situation worked out, and thanks to what’s next, you’ll know they definitely know how to have a good time. Both of these trucks are formidable in their own right.

A Cummins diesel is world renowned for long lasting dependability and performance and the H1 Hummer is synonymous with a bulldog in terms of low to the ground crawling capability. Neither are especially speed demons but if you’re looking to carve a path in the wilderness, you couldn’t ask for much better company.

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Probably the thing that kept the third generation of Dodge Rams in the front and center stage was the addition of the Cummins I6 and B series engines. These add-ons brought a prem

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