In the video below, a Dodge 4×4 with a Cummins engine shows off its power to help pull a house down.
If you made a friendly bet and had to choose between a 6.5 Turbo Diesel vs. a 12-Valve Cummins, who would you pick to win?
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This Bronco has a Cummins engine in it, which is something you all may not be crazy about, but check out how this lifted Ford holds up doing this wheel stand in this tug-of-war battle.
You may need to turn your sound down because, as you would suspect, there’s a lot of excitement from the crowd in this video.
Cummins builds 2 millionths Ram Diesel for Chrysler
Cummins Inc. has produced its 2-millionth diesel engine for Ram Trucks, highlighting the latest milestone in a storied partnership that spans four decades.
The 350-horsepower, 6.7-liter, in-line 6-cylinder turbo diesel is distinguished by its “Cummins Red” rocker cover and breather. But despite its 800 lb.-ft. peak torque rating, the historic engine – feted today at a Cummins plant in Columbus, Ind. – will not see service. Instead, it will go on display, touring the U.S.
“The Ram Truck-Cummins diesel partnership is one of the industry’s most enduring and certainly fitting of such a tribute,” says Fred Diaz, President and CEO – Ram Truck Brand and Chrysler de Mexico. “Both companies have benefited greatly, but Ram diesel customers are the real beneficiaries. Every day they experience the toughness and capability a Cummins-powered Ram can deliver.”
Cummins began supplying engines to Chrysler Group in 1988. Today in North America, only Ram-brand pickups and chassis cabs feature the coveted Cummins “C” logo.
“I am immensely proud of our association with Cummins,” says Bob Lee, Chrysler Group Vice President and Head of Engine and Electrified Propulsion Engineering. “And I have no qualms matching our truck diesels against those of any competitor for performance and durability.”