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Ram Trucks is one of the newest players in the automotive marketplace, but their presence is strong. Ram originally began as a subsidiary of Dodge: starting in 1981, they produced vehicles under the moniker of Dodge Trucks. But in 2009 they became their own division under Chrysler, and thus Ram Trucks was officially born.
Ram fits in with one of the current working trends in the automotive world: finding a niche, and filling it. As the name suggests, Ram Trucks makes trucks. The aim of the company was to deliver the ideal truck to the working man; their products are among the largest and beefiest on the market, making them extremely popular among construction workers, laborers, farmers, and ranchers. Ram has stuck to this model plan, and they’ve done it well, as they are currently the fastest-growing truck brand in the nation.
It’s safe to assume that the future of Ram Trucks is bright. They’re run by one of the Big Three in American automaking, they’re growing rapidly, and they’ve stuck to their niche. Their current lineup is simple: the 1500, their smallest truck (though still very large); the 2500, their medium truck; the 3500, their largest personal truck; the Chassis Cab, a work-only vehicle; and the C/V Tradesman, a large van. The company also produces a set of work vans for commercial use.
There are no frills with Ram Trucks, and that’s true with their glass arrangement. All of their truck offerings have front and rear windshields, and front and rear side glass windows. The C/V Tradesman has a front and rear windshield, front and rear side glass windows, and a third row seating window.
Not only is it easy to keep track of the glass arrangement of Ram Trucks, but it’s easy to handle replacements as well. Relative to many of the vehicles on the market today, Rams have affordable replacement glass. The glass is both simple enough, and easy enough to come by, that it’s completely safe to trust an aftermarket glass specialist with replacing your Ram’s various glass components. Dealership glass replacement is still relatively affordable with Ram trucks, so for people who are more comfortable having all the work done at a dealer, the bank won’t be broken. But if you’re simply looking for a good deal and a good job, an aftermarket glass specialist will be just perfect.
It’s a good thing that Rams have affordable glass replacement, since the kind of work that Ram drivers do probably means that their glass needs replacing more frequently than the average vehicle. Thankfully, replacements will only take an hour or two, and not much money at all.