Overland Classifieds :: 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins w/ 2011 Four Wheel Campers Fleet

The Ram 2500 is a popular choice on our forum with recent adventure-ready offerings, including a 2001 with a 1984 Four Wheel Campers Fleet, a 2020 Big Horn with a Hudson Bay Edition camper, and a 1994 with an Alaskan camper. A powerful and dependable Cummins diesel motor, well-equipped interior, excellent capability, considerable payload/towing capacity, and access to a wide array of aftermarket parts, accessories, and services are just some of the benefits. This full-size truck provides up to a 2,060-pound max payload and a 13,050-pound towing capacity, which makes it a great choice for a well-equipped camper or habitation box. If you’d like some additional inspiration, check out the inspiring builds from Rebel Outdoors, CJC Off Road, and TFL Off-Road. It’s also a favorite with the Expedition Portal team and was subsequently shortlisted in Overland Journal’s 2022 Full-size Truck of the Year. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the 2500, and today’s 2009 offering is one of the coolest to date, featuring a 2011 Four Wheel Camper’s fleet and premium modifications. However, what I love most about this rig is that it’s clearly been carefully considered from the ground up. The modifications are tasteful and functional but not excessive, and the camper is well-equipped and spacious but relatively lightweight (so won’t drastically hamper all-terrain capability). Finally, it has covered just 107,000 miles, which is low mileage for the 6.7-liter Cummins diesel. In fact, Ram claims these motors are good for at least 350,000 miles if routinely serviced.

From the Seller:

This truck has been my pride and joy. The 3rd gen dodge is such and amazing platform with its short wheel base, great payload, incredible aftermarket support, Cummins power and reliability there’s just nothing else like it. The updated Four Wheel Camper Fleet shell pairs perfectly with the Dodge which doesn’t even notice it’s back there. The upgraded wiring, solar, and battery system make the Four Wheel Camper a perfect off-gird home to explore. The diesel heater keeps the camper nice and toasty. Everything on this truck works seamlessly together making it a fantastic tool for travel.”

2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins

The 2500 is fitted with a 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel motor that produces 350 horsepower and a considerable 650 pound-feet of torque. A long-lived engine is mated with excellent go-anywhere performance thanks to 4WD, ARB front and rear locking differentials, Nitro Gears 4:10 axle ratio, high and low range, and more. Inside, the 2500 showcases a well-equipped interior with driver comforts that include:

  • Backup camera
  • Premium Pioneer audio
  • Air conditioning
  • Cupholders
  • Power steering, windows, doors, and mirrors

Distinguishing Features

  • Carli 3-inch Dominator lift kit with King 3.0 shocks
  • ARB front bumper and Warn winch
  • Battle Born 100-amp-hour lithium battery with two 115-watt flexible solar panels
  • 2011 Four Wheel Campers Fleet
  • Dodge steel wheels with Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac tires
  • White Knuckle off-road rock sliders
  • ARB air compressor

This 2009 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins with a 2011 FWC Fleet is listed for $65,000 and is currently located in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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