Took our 2013 Dodge Ram Hemi to two dealerships and 3 auto shops as the lifters were bad - which caused issues with the cam. Needless to say, the lifters were on indefinite back order. The dealerships were going to charge us over $8,000 to "repair" the engine. One auto shop wouldn't touch it and the second auto shop quoted us over $10,000 to replace the engine. After several phone calls to other shops, I finally found a shop (Honest 1) that was willing to work with us and take on the challenge. We dropped the truck off on Sunday night and picked it up Friday with a "new" engine that cost us HALF of what the previous dealerships/autoshops quoted us. We were kept in the loop during the whole process. As I told Darius before he started the project - "If we didn't have bad luck, we wouldn't have any luck at all." Darius tackled an almost impossible task with our truck. We can't thank him enough and all the staff that treated us professionally. PSA - If you have a Dodge Hemi that has a "tick" - your lifters are bad. Dodge knows about this problem. Update: after several issues regarding shorting out - 97% of all connectors were broken when new engine replaced.