Originally Posted by Bjlakatos
I have a stock 2016 RAM 3500 DRW 4x4 and dealing with a trailer nose-high problem. I am at the minimum (6") bed rail clearance and in the process of installing correct track to lift the trailer.
Thank goodness my 2018 rig is only 12'6" and i have the extra margin on overall height.
I really don't understand why the mfgrs are not raising the trailers to match the newer truck heights.
I have the same 2016 Ram 3500 DRW, and compared to my 2001 Ram 2500, this is how much difference there was between the two. I may end up being about 1" higher at the pin.
ON EDIT: you are aware that even though the 2007 Mega Cab is a DRW it has a pathetic GVWR of about 10,500#, if you found a 2007 Quad/Crew cab the GVWR would be 12,300#