Dodge Ram 2500 with Cummins Engine Pulls Down a House

What’s expected to happen when an old house needs to be tore down? Rent an excavator, bulldozer, and a dump truck? No need with the Dodge Ram 2500 equipped with a 6.7 liter turbo diesel engine from Cummins. Here the hardest part is simply finding a place to secure the chain as this truck easily pulls it down. The reason why the Dodge Ram 2500 has gotten itself noticed for its Best in Class towing capacity is in part to its optional Cummins engine upgrade.

While it does come standard with a 5.7 liter Hemi® engine capable of 395 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque, it’s true power really shines with this turbo diesel package. The reason is simple – Cummins builds one of the best turbo diesel engines in the world in terms of performance, efficiency, and power.

Cummins’ turbo diesel engines have been a long standing staple of American automobile power and performance. While up until 2007 they produced eight cylinder, 24 valve engines that were sought after for both pick-ups and heavy duty equipment – it was their innovation in switching to a smaller six cylinder configuration that really defined them.

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While unpopular in some truck enthusiasts’ eyes, Cummins merely responded to the reality of market conditions. Truck drivers wanted unbridled performance and power and didn’t