There are a large number of forums out there that have information on different Dodge cars and RAM trucks. However, it can be a hassle to figure out which ones are actually worth checking out and which ones haven’t been active in years. In this blog post, we’ve done our best to present you with the 15 best Dodge and RAM forums that will actually provide you with answers to your questions. Read on!
Dodgeforum.com is probably the largest dodge forum that you can find on the web. This website is basically the central hub for everything that’s related to Dodge cars. When you go to the website, you’ll first see news articles related to Dodge. These are updated daily, showing that the website and the people who own it are active and care about the community.
In the menu bar, you can manually go to the forum. There’s a “new member” area to start you off. Furthermore, this forum has different sub-forums for each and every kind of Dodge. Whether you want to know more about the Challenger, have problems with your Charger, or want advice on lifting your Dakota. This forum has got you covered.
Probably the largest forum out there that’s dedicated completely to RAM trucks. The forum has a total of 150.500 members who have posted a total of 2.1 million times. There are sub-forums for everything on this forum. From modifications to maintenance and repair and from 1st gen to 5th gen. If you need a RAM forum this one is definitely your first stop.
Didn’t found what you’re looking for on the first RAM forum? Luckily there’s another one right here. This forum is almost as large as the first one. A quick calculation tells us there are around 110.000 members on this forum. Just like the first one, this forum has sub-categories for everything that concerns your RAM truck.
In my opinion, Dodgetalk is one of the most user-friendly general Dodge forums. The layout is pleasant, and you can quickly get around the website. Furthermore, the website is also still incredibly active and has been around for a long time. It was founded in 2002 and currently has 261.700 members and 4.7 million posts. There’s a steady stream of members coming in every day, and the same can be said for the new posts that are still created.
If you’re looking for a Dodge Cummins forum, then this has to be it. Cumminsforum.com is entirely dedicated to owners of Dodge trucks that have a Cummins engine. The numbers of this forum speak for themselves. There are 321.900 members and a total of 8.4 million posts in the entire community. This also means that, unlike many other forums, new topics are opened on this forum every couple of hours, making it the most active forum we’ve seen related to Dodge cars/trucks.
There’s no doubt that the Charger is an incredibly popular car that has gathered quite a following over the years. No doubt that there are also forums dedicated explicitly to the Charger with many active members. This website is by far the more extensive Charger forum we’ve found. They have 85.700 members and a total of 2.8 million posts. For one specific kind of car, those are incredible numbers.
Having said that, that doesn’t mean there aren’t other Charger forums that are worth checking out. Even though this website has the exact same layout as the previous Charger forum, they’re still different. Also, this one is still quite active and has quite a decent following. In terms of numbers, we’re talking about 34.400 members and a total of 1.8 million threads, with a handful of them, added every day.
A quick estimate tells us that there should still be around 1 million posts on this forum that are all related to the Dodge Charger. We like this forum a little less because the user interface isn’t as friendly as others. Nevertheless, it should still contain valuable information. If you can’t find what you’re looking for on the other Charger forums, it may be a good idea to check this one out.
There are forums for the Charger, so naturally, there are also forums for the Challenger. The biggest one of the two specific Challenger forums we found is Challengertalk. They have a total of 70.000 members and 2.6 million posts. This means it’s almost as large as the largest Charger forum. The good thing about this is that Challengertalk is very active, with a handful of posts added every day.
The smaller Challenger forum of the two is Challengerforumz.com. Even though it’s smaller, it’s still worth mentioning. It’s about as large as Chargerforumz.com, with a total of 31.000 members and 1.6 million posts on the forum at this moment in time. This forum is still moderately active, with a handful of posts being added every couple of days.
Looking for an ultra-specific forum that’s focussed on the Dodge Dart? This is the only forum that we have found that falls into that category. There are, of course, also other, more general forums on the top of this list that have sub-categories for the Dart, so don’t forget to check those out. This forum still has a respectable 22.300 members and a total of 514.400 posts, so there’s enough information to find what you’re looking for.
This is certainly not the largest forum out there, but it’s worth checking out if you own a Dodge Journey and have a specific question that hasn’t been answered anywhere else. There are no numbers on the website, but there are still posts added every single day. We’re estimating a few ten thousand members, which makes it worthwhile to be on this list.
It’s probably no surprise that this powerhouse of a vehicle has gathered a following large enough to create a dedicated forum around it. However, they seem to be incredibly active, with a total of 1.3 million posts. Furthermore, we also found that the forum only has 26.800 members. Compared to other forums, this forum does seem to have the most passionate following.
Are you passionate about Dodges that have a turbo installed? Then this is most likely the forum for you. This is the best hub for owners of a Shelby, Daytona, Charger, Omni, or SRT-4. The forum has a total of 51.300 members and 2.4 million posts.
Another ultra-specific forum that’s handy if you’re the owner of a Dodge Durango. The forum has a total of 29.300 members which means it has a decent size. The 404.400 posts on the forum are sufficient but still pretty low compared to other forums on the web. Still, worth checking out if the general forums aren’t of any help.
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