I'm thinking that a 5 year old truck with 183k on the clock would have sagged a bit. Maybe it's just the newness of it all.
RAM 1500s all have independent front suspension, including 4X4s. 3/4 ton and up have solid front axles.Does your 4x4 have the solid front axle (I assume they kept the solid front Axle)? This will stiffen the ride a little over the 4x2 having independent suspension.
I agree, but with most of my vehicles even ones that were considered luxurious, women have said it was bumpy.After 1/2 a million miles on 1/2 tons, including the Cummins, I think it's soft.
Wife thinks it bounces more. I think she's crazy as it's so flimsy compared to the 1/2 ton it just feels the road more. Old truck would flip us everywhere on bumps. This one is so soft it just rolls over them without the flipping around.
Hard, soft, good, bad etc. are all relative terms. There is no standard except for what the owner perceives. To each his own. I say it's a bit too soft and I wish it were firmer like I think a truck should be.
letting air out and finding a psi range that allows for a smoother ride is a good thing to do, a really easy thing to do. How much lower than the standard PSI number would you go?I appreciate the replies. but i don't ever remember my 2009 SLT Big Horn ever ridng stiff even when new. in fact evrybody would comment how much better it road than their trucks. i let some air out of the tires and that helped some. the dealer had the tires maxed at 46psi. maybe it's just me.. it currently has 1300 miles and i just need to let it break in a bit.