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Post by Wilsonsinak » Wed Jun 07, 2017 2:36 pm

I joined the Power Wagon forum recently. We purchased a stock 2006 Power Wagon to take wheeling and get the entire family out in the wood hunting.

The list of mods so far is short but I will update when we get more done.

So far I have installed Super Duty Bushwacker cut out flares. I have a set of 37X13 Boggers to run on the trail but I am looking at going with a set of 39's for now.

Here is the truck stock on 35's when we bought it.

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During the install of the flares. I gained about 4 inches of room with the flares.

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I read a write up where someone installed these flares and reshaped them to keep the flares off of the doors. I didn't want to do that so I just trimmed the flare so the door clears it when its opened fully. I really like how they turned out.

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I like how the drivers side rear flare turned out with the fuel door opening.

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After the boggers went on and headed out for a short trip with the wheeler and dirtbike.

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Boggers on after the flares where installed.

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I have a set of my buddies 42X15.5 Pitbull's in the garage so I mounted them up just too see how it would look with a massive tire on it. This picture is with the bed side cut for the flare just not installed yet.

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With the 42's the truck is not driveable let alone able to be taken offroad. I need to build my long arm setup and move the front axle forward to make clearance for the big tires. For now I'll stick with the 37's until I come across a good deal on a set of used 39's for it.

Future mods include: Snorkel, Front Longarms, small 2-3 inch lift, led lights for the dark Alaska days, on board air, sliders, front and rear bumpers. More ideas will get added to the list as I research what other guys have done and where the weak points on the truck are.

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Post by Mule » Wed Jun 07, 2017 5:34 pm

Definitely didn't skip leg day.... :lol:

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Post by Bill2014 » Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:08 pm

You considering regearing for those huge tires?
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Re: 2006 Power Wagon Alaska Build

Post by Wilsonsinak » Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:25 pm

Bill2014 wrote:You considering regearing for those huge tires?
I am running 37X12.50's on the street and will be running 37X13 Boggers this summer unless I come across a deal on a set of 39's. Once I go with a 42-43" tires I will still daily drive the truck on 37-38's.

I was just test fitting these to take notes on where they hit so I could build the truck this winter to fit that size tire.

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Post by adeluca73 » Fri Jun 09, 2017 1:53 am

Serious fender flares. Good list, that should occupy you during the winters.
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Post by adeluca73 » Fri Jun 09, 2017 1:56 am

Wilsonsinak wrote:I joined the Power Wagon forum recently. We purchased a stock 2006 Power Wagon to take wheeling and get the entire family out in the wood hunting.

The list of mods so far is short but I will update when we get more done.

Where do you live in AK? Love it there, my favorite assignment yet!
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Re: 2006 Power Wagon Alaska Build

Post by Wilsonsinak » Fri Jun 09, 2017 3:32 pm

adeluca73 wrote:
Wilsonsinak wrote:I joined the Power Wagon forum recently. We purchased a stock 2006 Power Wagon to take wheeling and get the entire family out in the wood hunting.

The list of mods so far is short but I will update when we get more done.

Where do you live in AK? Love it there, my favorite assignment yet!
I live in Anchorage. It is a great place to live.
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Post by Wilsonsinak » Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:22 pm

So its time for an update. In November my buddy was driving our truck and both front u-joints went out and took out both inner and outer axle shafts. So we parked the truck in the garage at that time while we figured out if we where going to simply repair the axle shafts or if we where going to upgrade the truck.

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Fast forward ahead a couple months and we had a plan. I ordered a set of Yukon Chromoly axle shafts for the front axle, 5.38 ring and pinion. I picked up a 4th gen steering box, pieced together a hydraulic assist setup. Now for the rear, we sold the 10.5 axle and picked up a 11.5 out of a 06 3500 Cummins and then ordered a 5.38 ring and pinion and ARB locker for the 11.5 aam.

I did the ring and pinion install in the front axle and paid a buddy of mine to install the ARB and ring and pinion in the new rear axle. I also had a new steel driveshaft made for the truck and used Spicer triple seal u-joints.

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I don't have any good pictures of the truck out of the garage yet. I am waiting on the DVB beadlocks to get here, they are another two weeks away from being delivered.

We also traded our four 40 inch LTB's for a five almost new 40X13.5 Pro Comp MT2's. We plan on driving the truck long distances this next summer and in 2019 we are planning on driving from Alaska to New Mexico for a family trip and want to take the truck so we can wheel different trails while we are on the road.

I have done a bunch of little things also to the truck, led cab lights, new drivers seat foam and cover, mount the dual ARB compressor, mounted a 11 gallon air tank under the bed, installed a CB radio, hard wired the front locker to a ARB locker switch, repaired the wiring harness that goes to each rear door so now the power locks and speakers will work... I am sure I am forgetting something.

So now the decision is if we pick up a pop up cab over camper or if we buy a smaller toy hauler for our trip next summer. The market is small here in Alaska for used campers so we will see what comes up for sale.

I'll post more pictures when the wheels get here and the truck is out of the garage.
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Re: 2006 Power Wagon Alaska Build

Post by Colibri » Fri Mar 16, 2018 3:52 pm

Hot damn! 5.38’s almost went in my truck but I went with 5.13’s instead. I’ve regretted that decision since. Truck is coming along nicely man, you’re building s real beast! Can’t wait to see it on the new wheels and tires
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Post by NovA ProspekT » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:03 am

Awesome truck bro. Those pictures with the 42" Pitbull's...now that's what I call "stance". :rockon:

What year Ferd were the flares for? I'm lost as to why Bushwacker never made a cutout-flare for theses trucks.
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Re: 2006 Power Wagon Alaska Build

Post by Wilsonsinak » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:30 am

NovA ProspekT wrote:
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Awesome truck bro. Those pictures with the 42" Pitbull's...now that's what I call "stance". :rockon:

What year Ferd were the flares for? I'm lost as to why Bushwacker never made a cutout-flare for theses trucks.
It was a good stance but no way they would fit the truck without some more serious mods. I am very happy with the 40's.

I think it has to do with the amount of fender between the wheel well opening and the door stock.
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Post by Wilsonsinak » Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:57 pm

Wow this summer flew by and I have not updated this post all summer.

Once I got the truck back on the road we ran the factory front E-locker for only a little while. I found that the locker was damaged during the time my buddy had the truck in November. So in an effort to save a couple bucks I picked up a refurbished arb for the front end which ended up being a mistake because the refurbished locker had a couple parts internally that where damaged and not replaced. I didn't notice this until later in the summer when the locker quite working for me. So I ordered a new arb for the front and got that installed along with EMF ball joints. Below is a comparison with the EMF on the left and stock on the right.

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We picked up a 28 foot 5th wheel camping trailer so I added a gooseneck hitch under the bed, air bags and daystar cradles on the rear axle. With the 5.38's and the 40's it tows very nice. I also built a sub frame under the camper and lifted it 7 inches and added a tire that is 2 inches taller so I can tow it with the Power Wagon.

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The only other upgrade I made to the truck has been the DC Power 270 amp alternator and I installed two group 31 batteries. One behind the grill where I had the light bar mounted and one in the stock location. With this setup the truck handles the dual arb compressor at idle way better while airing up tires and winching should be a lot better. I have not needed to winch since I have installed this setup.

Here are a couple pictures of the summer fun.

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Post by Colibri » Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:55 pm

Man, that’s a beautiful truck you’ve built! Nice pictures, it looks totally at home in the wilderness
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Post by Mule » Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:11 pm

"Backcountry".
No vehicles in wilderness.

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Post by RustyPW » Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:55 pm

Nice! :drool: What year ferb fender flairs did you use? Thinking on doing the samething with 40's.
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Post by Wilsonsinak » Wed Oct 24, 2018 6:30 pm

Thanks

The part numbers are 20043-02 for the front and 20044-02 for the rear.

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Post by AlaskaTRX » Wed Oct 24, 2018 6:58 pm

Nice pics out by Knik and of TAPS! 👍

We went out to McCarthy this last weekend but my PowWag is currently more pack mule and less wheeler these days...

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Post by RustyPW » Wed Oct 24, 2018 8:28 pm

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Thanks

The part numbers are 20043-02 for the front and 20044-02 for the rear.

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Post by Low_Sky » Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:58 am

AlaskaTRX wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 6:58 pm
Nice pics out by Knik and of TAPS! 👍

We went out to McCarthy this last weekend but my PowWag is currently more pack mule and less wheeler these days...
If you ever get the itch to scratch the paint up, let us know ;)
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Mule wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:11 pm
"Backcountry".
No vehicles in wilderness.
Thanks for the clarification! Being from Texas I’m ignorant of such a distinction, that terrain is so foreign to me it might as well be mars lol.
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Colibri wrote:
Mule wrote:
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"Backcountry".
No vehicles in wilderness.
Thanks for the clarification! Being from Texas I’m ignorant of such a distinction, that terrain is so foreign to me it might as well be mars lol.
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DamageWagon wrote:
Thu Oct 25, 2018 3:51 pm
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Mule wrote:
Wed Oct 24, 2018 3:11 pm
"Backcountry".
No vehicles in wilderness.
Thanks for the clarification! Being from Texas I’m ignorant of such a distinction, that terrain is so foreign to me it might as well be mars lol.
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Post by DamageWagon » Fri Oct 26, 2018 2:47 pm

Where’s @boldadventure ???? Power Wagons on Mars!!

There’s a guy named Elon that would make a great sponsor for next years event.

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Post by NovA ProspekT » Sat Oct 27, 2018 1:08 pm

Awesome pic's man, looks like a lot of fun, I would love to explore Alaska in my PW someday.

them 40's tho'… you're making me want to do bad, bad things to my truck...
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Post by RustyPW » Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:48 pm

NovA ProspekT wrote:
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Awesome pic's man, looks like a lot of fun, I would love to explore Alaska in my PW someday.

them 40's tho'… you're making me want to do bad, bad things to my truck...
Got an itch that I want to scratch soooooo bad! Thinking 40's, :cash: bead lock rims, :cash: flairs, :cash: gears. :cash: , set of Kings. :cash:
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