I sold it to my brother-in-law back in 97, last I knew it was still sitting on his farm, doing nothing but rusting. I kind of think that he parked it due to some engine issues. But that was a couple of years ago.Ironically enough there are guys that'd kill to have that 90 of yours, lol!
Dodge customer service, or lack there of, is in need of some help. They are terrible.I bought a Dodge/Cummins in 1990, Lots of pull for it's era, and speaking of manual transmissions, the fine european gertag 5 speed that Dodge was selling in 1990 let loose at about 25,000 miles. Dodge was kind enough to pay for half of the rebuild cost for me, full waranty coverage was not an option because I worked that Dodge too hard. It let loose again about 10,000 miles later. No help from Dodge this time. The rear end let loose shortly thereafter.
Perhaps I would have been better off getting the truck with the 727 tf.
Yea, that was a long time ago, I am sure that the Dodge product is much better, but I will never know. Since 1990 I have bought lots and lots of fords and chevys, but I dont think I will ever buy Dodge again. I still have a bad taste in my mouth, a result of poor customer service concerning a component (gertag) known to be substandard by all parties involved.
I have never had issue with chevrolet or ford not honoring their waranty.
Fool me once shame on you....
Anyway, I have purchased 2 duramax trucks over the last 18 months, mainly on the merits of the proven allison transmission. so far neither truck has had a hint of a mechanical issue, one woks harder than the 1990 dodge ever did.
I stated earlier that i have not bought a dodge since 1990, my dad did though. he has a 2002 with 76,000 miles that lost it's auto trans. (About a month ago)......I have to ask why is it every cummins guy I have ever met has had tranny problems. I can think of at least 5 guys off the top of my head. We don't really see the same issues with the stock allison like dodge does with their tranny. Just food for thought.:tease