Doc's new Power Wagon

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DocWagon
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Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by DocWagon » Thu May 11, 2017 9:18 am

Hey ya'll,
Just joined. Loving the PW so far and can't wait to get it dirty. Anyone know cleanest way to add some trail lights? I also want to add some larger tires eventually. I've read that I might be able to add 35s without needing a lift. Is that true for my stock wheels? (without rubbing) Thanks!
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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by coder » Thu May 11, 2017 10:33 am

Hello DocWagon, welcome nice PW! You have a couple of options for lighting, a bumper light bar or above the windshield here are some links.

http://www.randyellisdesign.com/Dodge25 ... r2010-2016

http://www.cjcoffroad.com/Dodge-Ram-250 ... -s/703.htm
Vehicle: 2007 Power Wagon Quad Cab - Inferno Red
Suspension: Carli 3" Hemi Coils, Carli Control Arms, Carli King 2.5 Pin-Tops, Carli Stainless Steering Stabilizer, Carli Trackbar | Synergy 1" Rear Shackle
Performance: Magnaflow Muffler | Magnaflow Y-Pipe
Wheels/Tires: Toyo AT II's 35x12.5x17
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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by Numbnuts » Fri May 12, 2017 1:02 am

35x12.5x17's do rub on the control arms on my 2011 at almost full lock.

Nothing crazy but enough to have to be conscience of it when making a u turn or even in parking lots.

I bot toyo R/T's for my PW and they do add a nice look to my PW....they aint cheep tho. about 1500 American installed/balanced etc.

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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by DocWagon » Fri May 12, 2017 9:15 am

Just did the exhaust! I changed the stock muffler to a flowmaster HD 3.5/3.5 and it gave it nice tone but not much more than stock. So then I cut off the rear resonator and just put pipe to the same stock location and it made a HUGE difference! I read others saying that removing the resonator didnt make a big change, but for me it really did! Didn't want super loud, just really "throaty". This worked out great!

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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by 2011bigred » Wed May 17, 2017 7:41 am

Nice truck as far as tires go on the 14 and newer Power Wagons 35's fit great on the everyday application you can steer fully with no rub however if you are at full flex with the steering locked it will rub the sway bar but there are very little times when that would happen

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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by DocWagon » Wed May 24, 2017 1:16 pm

Rambox gun rack mod. The OEM one cost like $250... I got these ATV mounts on amazon for $35 :excited:
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Re: Doc's new Power Wagon

Post by Colibri » Wed May 24, 2017 11:21 pm

Well shit, just made me want ramboxes :rockon:

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