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It's the light weight aluminum hood. If you go to the edge of the hood you will be able to put you fingers under it and lift the hood. You couldn't do that on a steel hood, or at least it would be more difficult. You can try to adjust the hood bump stops, it will help but won't eliminate it.
I had a 2017 F350 with the aluminum body and the hood would bounce like crazy at speeds greater than 70 MPH. I also adjusted the hood bump stops, it helped but the bouncing was still there whenever a big semi passed me. I hated it and returned to Ram. I purposely bought the 2018 model because I wanted a steel hood.
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