Originally Posted by Bob and Lisa
Before you rig your Ram pickup to tow, you might do a little homework... Unless my 2022 Ram diesel 2500 4 wheel drive crew cab is an odd duck, I wouldn't highly recommend towing one... It wanders back and forth, like the tail wagging the dog... By itself, the coach tracks straight with very little occasional wheel input needed, but towing that truck, I am almost constantly working the wheel - not far in each direction, but it won't go straight for long - can watch it's mirrors in the coach mirror and the truck mirror moves back and forth... Have had it aligned and the shop said that because of the straight axle, it has more play. Never had that before towing a GMC Denali diesel pickup or various cars, but the Ram just doesn't settle down...
I've been entertaining a trailer and you are going the other way - lol...
If you do tow your Ram and get it to go straight, you'll have to let me know your secret...
I think there's something with your setup or truck. I have a 2017 mega cab 4 wheel drive 2500 RAM that I pulled from Baltimore to CA and back with absolutely no issues.
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