Ram Dakota Models
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Shopping for RAM Dakota parts and accessories online? It can get a little confusing. After all, the truck was known as the Dodge Dakota from 1987 to 2010, after which the RAM truck brand split from Dodge and it became the RAM Dakota of 2011 and 2012.
Luckily, though, if you're driving one these days, it's probably from 2011. That year, the pickup was offered in only four trims -- ST, Big Horn, Laramie, and TRX -- and it only had two engine options, either a 3.7-liter V6 or a 4.7-liter Flex Fuel V8. So, know your variant, its model year, its trim, and its engine, though, and figuring out what it needs gets easier. It's finding parts and accessories that aren't low-quality and overpriced that's tough.
RAM dealerships, for instance, will carry top-quality OE parts, but you'll pay MSRP, and that'll run up a bill for a truck repair project right quick. Aftermarket parts stores, however, may sell cheaper parts, but their quality probably won't be up to RAM standards. Now, consider the case of having to buy replacement parts for common RAM Dakota problem areas -- for instance, camshaft position sensors or exhaust manifold parts. Those, you'll want to get at the best possible quality (OEM), and cheaply, too. That's where we come in.
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