2005 Dodge Ram Power Wagon

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  1. TriShield

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    The verdict is you messed up your link. :fawk:
     
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    Thanks. :fawk:
     
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    That thing got a Hemi? :p
     
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    Pretty cool though, just not as imposing as the original in looks.
     
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    It seems like a 3/4 ton Ram with the Jeep Rubicon treatment.
     
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    I doubt it :o
     
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  11. nucl3ar

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    and a wench :coold:
     
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    :bowdown:
     
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    read about it in some magazine. good idea, but dont think it was pulled off well. I especially dont think an electronically actuated sway bar disconnect is necessary. I like the lockers and the attempt at full underbody skid plating is decent. would be a good hunting truck
     
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    It's more stuff to break, but necessary if you want to do any "real" off-roading.
     
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    If you want to do some real off-roading, get in a wrangler.
     
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  18. mf101

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    I wouldn't take that huge bitch offroad... it's bad enough in my F150 SuperCrew... plus the power wagon logo on the back would have to go. And the tires suck, so you'd need to upgrade that as well. Might as well go 35s which means you'll need to upgrade more shit.


    I think I'd rather buy a slightly older truck and add all that shit.




    Plus it's a Dodge :down:
     
  19. nucl3ar

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    Dodge > Ford
     
  20. mf101

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    used to be Chevy > Ford > Dodge for me... but the new Ford SuperDuty is fucking sweet... so I gotta go with Ford > Chevy > Dodge


    Chevy just fucked up their styling is all...
     
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    :rofl: are you serious? :rofl: :rofl:
     
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    whats necessary for "real" off roading is not a 6000 lb truck with giant body panels.
     
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    exactly, that's a huge bitch.
     
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    Seems like a good idea. Too big of a truck for most trails, unless you dont mind body damage on a brand new truck. I like the winch idea, it has a good gearing ratio (4.56), lockers are always a good idea. Seems like it would be a great mudding truck, but on tight trails it would be a pain in the ass.
     
  25. nucl3ar

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    Up until a certain point I would never complain about more flex off-road.
     

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