W250 vs D250

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  1. jfarmer

    jfarmer New Member

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    What is he difference between a Dodge W250 and a Dodge D250?

    Thank you,
    J
     
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    Not sure but I think that is the letters for 2wd - 4wd....

    d250 - 2wd
    w250 - 4wd
     
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    jw that's correct
     
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    Oh that makes sense....I guess,
    Thank you,
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    250 would indicate a 3/4 ton. thought i would throw that out there.
     
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    #6 jfarmer, Jun 6, 2008
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    yes I do know that, but I have a new question, they also have a ramcharger, which is what, and what is the difference in the power wagon, it just has a bunch of offroad stuff like winch and gaurds right?

    thanks for the help
    J

    Oh, and a trailduster???
     
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    no is a higher sitting truck with heaver rear ends
     

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