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I am selling my fiances 2007 Dodge Ram crew cab 3500 cab & chasis, it has the 6.7 cummins, 6-speed manual, Laramie edition (heated seats, leather, power everything, etc.) 39,000 miles, 95% highway miles, recessed gooseneck hitch, Black steel flatbed made custom by Stillwater trailer. Truck was ordered from factory, custom 52 gallon fuel tank, Very clean truck, Never been off road, located 30 minutes south of St. Louis.

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is it 4wd? i may have a friend interested. what's it got for gears and rough idea on fuel mileage?
 

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yes, its a 4x4, it has 4:10's, averages around 14-15 depending on driving conditions, I also forgot to mention it has a edge juice with attitude overhead mount, never been past level two(tow)
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That is the exact truck I was looking before I bought my blue 3500 D-Max.
Very nice truck :D.
 

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we just sold the edge, so that is no longer offered with it, but I did forget to mention that we had the exhaust brake option added to it also at the factory that really helps with towing,
the dmaxs should offer that as an option too!!
 

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Is it a true cab & chassis or a box delete? Basically, is it a 60" cab to axle or standard pickup 56"? Need 60" for 9' body...
 

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It's a C&C cause the exhaust is strait cut and the pickups were slant cut IIRC.
 

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its a true C & C, definately is worth the money, a little under 40k is what is cost with the extra stuff on it, not including the bed. we just dont need it anymore, yes it was for a snow plow, I think it might have pushed snow 3 or 4 times last winter, and then we got a 4500 so now all it does is pull a horse trailer a couple times a month
 

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Bump for a sharp rig
 
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