I haven't been under the truck yet, (only has 2400 miles) but I will have it on the lift in about 1600 more to service it. But I was just curious if the front end had more grease zerts than the older models. that was one thing i was a little concerned with, on all of my other trucks there were probably 6 or so zerts to grease all of the moving parts on the front end, and on my 07.5 it only had 2 (other than the phantom front drive shaft zert)
I have a 2010 SRW Laramie Crew and it rides significantly worse than the 2010 2500s I have driven. I also have cooled seats which are pretty stiff themselves, so that doesn't help. It does have the 3 thicker leaves on the back versus the 4 thinner ones for the 2500. I haven't driven a 2010 2500 Megacab, but I have driven 2007, 2008, and 2009 and they all ride smoother than my 3500 SRW. I would assume the longer wheelbase and weight would help the ride. Mine's pretty brutal, I was able to get a better deal on the 3500 because they had it on the lot and they couldn't find me a comparablely 2500 so I was able to steal it, I love it, but it still rides like a tank.
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