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Re: Stickman's Daily Driver/Weekend Warrior Power Wagon Buil

Post by FirerescuePW » Tue May 24, 2016 4:17 am

Actually there is a flat spot on the right side of the floor of the differential where they fit nicely. I don"t know if anyone puts them on the cover.
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Post by Will » Tue May 24, 2016 4:33 am

FirerescuePW wrote:Actually there is a flat spot on the right side of the floor of the differential where they fit nicely. I don"t know if anyone puts them on the cover.
Yep, right here in both front and rear...

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Post by Colibri » Tue May 24, 2016 7:10 am

That's the same spot I put mine as well

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Post by adeluca73 » Tue May 24, 2016 1:16 pm

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Post by Stickman » Sat May 28, 2016 11:14 am

Got my DT ProFab rear cover yesterday. Man this thing is stupid beefy! I can see why everyone says they are going to be hard to damage, the cover itself weighs 14lbs it's so heavy duty. ImageImageImage
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Post by Stickman » Thu Jun 02, 2016 12:04 pm

And I got the Ballistic fab cover earlier, looks just as good as the DT ProFab cover. Only thing it doesn't have is a drain plug, but I guess I can live without that on the front.
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Post by FirerescuePW » Thu Jun 02, 2016 2:02 pm

Drill and tap it for a plug. Easy peasy.
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Post by Stickman » Thu Jun 02, 2016 9:23 pm

Nah, I'll just leave it. I'll want to take them off to clean/inspect the locker magnets every time I change them anyway.
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Post by Stickman » Thu Jun 02, 2016 10:31 pm

Just opened up my package with the bolts in it just to make sure they were all there with the plug and noticed they even give you a little Ballistic Fab key chain, lol. Pretty cool little novelty they throw in. Image
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Post by Mr.Smith » Fri Jun 03, 2016 1:59 am

Does the Ballistic Fab cover have both drain & fill plugs?

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Post by FirerescuePW » Fri Jun 03, 2016 3:52 am

See above
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Post by Mule007 » Sat Jun 04, 2016 6:13 am

Nice build Stickman,,,good looking truck,,,,your attention to the details is awesome,,,,,just joined and enjoy looking at the builds,,,,
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Post by Stickman » Sat Jun 04, 2016 9:25 pm

Thanks Mule, I'm a stickler for the details.
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Post by Mr.Smith » Mon Jun 06, 2016 11:40 am

FirerescuePW wrote:See above
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Post by Stickman » Sat Jul 09, 2016 9:56 pm

Guess I'll add this in here. Did this last weekend, just plasti-dip and a little bit of painters blue tape. The pictures make it look better than it actually is, the tape liked to pull off the plasti-dip with it and ruined the edges on the lettering, just doesn't show it in the pictures. I had to take a razor and carefully cut the edges while peeling the tape off at the same time, kind of a pain. Does look good for the time and effort it took, which wasn't much. I'm planning on having my buddy paint it with some color matched red paint sometime, this is just to satisfy me until then. ImageImageImageImageImage
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Post by adeluca73 » Sat Jul 09, 2016 10:57 pm

Hey that's great---I did something similar to mine too a few weeks back, was wondering if the heat in the bay would melt off the plastidip
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Post by Stickman » Sun Jul 10, 2016 8:37 pm

Hmm, never really thought about that. I wouldn't think it would get that hot in there, atleast not above the engine where it is.
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Post by Reloaderguy » Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:55 pm

Needs more blue. :D
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Post by Stickman » Sat Jul 16, 2016 10:04 pm

Bought some black lugs and wheel locks to help take off a little of the chrome my wheel and tire combo added. I plan on blacking out the little bits off chrome and silver on there sometime aswell. We don't really have an issue with rims being stolen around where I live but I go on trips a couple times a year and it seems like times are getting worse for theft so those locks will give me peace of mind on those trips. ImageImage
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Post by Stickman » Sat Jul 16, 2016 10:04 pm

Bought some black lugs and wheel locks to help take off a little of the chrome my wheel and tire combo added. I plan on blacking out the little bits off chrome and silver on there sometime aswell. We don't really have an issue with rims being stolen around where I live but I go on trips a couple times a year and it seems like times are getting worse for theft so those locks will give me peace of mind on those trips. ImageImage
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Post by adeluca73 » Sun Jul 17, 2016 7:18 pm

What's the status report / update on the Grabbers after a few months now?
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Next Mods: Thuren: {Coils, Track Bar, Boggie Bumps, King 2.5's shocks} , on-board air, HID low CANBUS replacement, LED HI, BD LED fogs

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Post by Stickman » Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:34 pm

Still haven't got much for info, it's not my main daily driver so I've only put 5k on them. They're still quiet, good traction in everything dry (loose/hard pack dirt, gravel, etc.) and pretty good in wet conditions as well (no mud yet though). Have only worn 1/32" in that 5k so we'll see what kinda mileage they get. Speaking of mileage they also gave me a boost in mpg after having them on for awhile. Went from averaging 12-14 @ 65mph to 15-18 @65. Overall average was boosted 1 point aswell. In town really drags everything down to the same as the 33s but still slightly better overall.
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Post by Stickman » Sat Aug 13, 2016 11:38 pm

Ordered some of the new Retro Shop LED fog lights for the newer Rams last weekend, got them last week and got around to installing them earlier. Pretty straight forward as far as installing them, just pulled the factories out, popped off the plastic clips that hold them metal bracket to the light and put them on the new ones, popped everything back together and bolted them back in.

Hardest part was getting the wiring sealed the best I could with the wiring it came with. It came with spade plugs that you can plug into the factory female light plug but there's no real good way to seal it water tight. It came with heat shrink tubing, but there's no way that's going to be water tight. I ended up cutting the heat shrink tubing to the exact size it needed to fill the gap, shrinking it and wrapping it all as tight as i could with 3M electrical tape. Seemed pretty sealed and I don't plan on driving through a river anytime soon so I think it should be fine for the time being.

As most know the factory fogs aren't bad, but there's always room for improvement. These were only $200 and fit tje factory spots perfectly. The pictures don't do a good job at showing the difference since they're so bright in the foreground they wash everything out behind it in the picture. I did aim them fairly low though since my low beams fill in everything above where they are now. They have a lot more light (obviously) but they throw it out to the sides much better than the factories did by a long shot. And when I turn my Halo rings in my headlights on to white they fill in everything else that's black in front and to the sides so I'm pretty happy with everything so far. Here's some crappy night pictures of them after I got them in.

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LED in the left, factory in the right
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LEDs in both
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Couple pics of the front. The ones with what looks like my headlights on are actually my Halo rings on white, they throw off a good amount of light even though they are made just for looks.
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Post by adeluca73 » Sun Aug 14, 2016 10:21 am

Those are definitely cooler "whiter" lights, are they 4300 or 5K? Can't tell if they're actually brighter as far as measurable illumination intensity, but they look cleaner. Any code issues with the EVIC? Since the new lights are LED, did they come with any type of resistor/heat sink. A good idea to further protect the connection is to coat it in dielectric grease before using the heat shrink then tape over it. Alternatively, the best thing you can do is to solder the connection, then dielectric grease, then heat shrink.
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Completed Mods: Ram door sill guards, Front air deflector, WeatherTech slimline window deflectors, DiamondBack HD cover coated w/ Line-X, Mufflex MagnaFlow muffler & Resonator delete, Opti-Coat Pro 2.0, DeeZee tailgate strut, DeeZee ¼" fitted bed mat, Factor-55: FlatLink winch hook/Shorty Strap 3.0/Hitchlink 2.5, Warn Wireless Winch Remote, Locker by-pass, AEM dry filter, Truxedo LED bed lights wired into RamBox Connector, WhiteKnuckle sliders w/ full-length diamond plate coated in Line-X, Purple Cranium rear diff guard, AEV front/rear diff cover, AEV RAI w/ pre-filter, AEV ProCal (Bootleg'd), DOR Steering Box Brace, Phillips Hi intensity LEDs in cargo lamps & back-ups, triple anti-hop shocks, Truxx PW specific front 1.5" level, AAM 4.88's, custom black-out work, Line-X front/rear bumpers & wheel flares, 37" Nitto Ridge Grapplers, Plasti-dip PW wheels Black w/ Gunmetal metalizer, FilterMag kit, AMP Research BedStep
Next Mods: Thuren: {Coils, Track Bar, Boggie Bumps, King 2.5's shocks} , on-board air, HID low CANBUS replacement, LED HI, BD LED fogs

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Post by Stickman » Sun Aug 14, 2016 8:32 pm

I think they're 5500k, which is what my headlights are (not pictured) but they are a cleaner white compared to the 5500k HIDs for my headlights. Haven't had any issues with the EVIC, doesn't even notice them. The housing is made from aluminum with a heat sink built into the back of them, he may have a resistor wired into them for codes aswell, not sure. I may end up finding a weather pack female plug that matches that factory male and wire them up like that eventually.
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