Juday wrote:Truck is sweet! Would you mind measuring from the center of your front hub, to the bottom of your fender flare? I would like to see how much height one could expect to gain going with the Thuren 3" coils. Thanks!
Juday wrote:They are from the supposed 3 inch "lift" coils and you gained that much?! Measuring mine, that would be almost a 3 inch lift OVER the already "higher" Power Wagon springs!
RedMan wrote:Juday, curious, what was your measurements?
RustyPW wrote:I feel bad for you Danny. Think the PW is jealous of the boat. You get boat, PW starts to break. You make the connection.
Juday wrote:RedMan wrote:Juday, curious, what was your measurements?
I measured my stock height 4G in at 24.5" from the center of the hub, to the fender flare.
So, it's 1" shorter than the stock height 3G PW and 3.25" shorter than the 3" coils from Thuren.....WOW!
TwinStick wrote:Danny, I know you are always busy, so i am in no hurry for this. I am wondering if you have them, could you please list the part #'s for your suspension upgrades ? Front coils, shocks, swaybar end links & shackles. If you could, that would be GREAT. Seeing as how i want to do mine is the same as you did yours. Thanks a bunch for doing this, if you can.
I am needing you help in finding these parts. Can you help me out and send me links where you can order these from?
PSC ram assist
DT Pro Fab steering brace
EBC breaks and rotors
Yukon free spin hubs
RCV axle shafts
Dynatrac ball joints
Thanks for the help
05PWrockcrawler wrote:That's all the stuff I have on my truck. Awesome list of parts. I will try to find some of my receipts. Took me a long time to find the Yukon kit cheap. The RCV's are the same price everywhere. Dynatrac ball joints were $599 or $699 can't remember. Got them from 8 lug.
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04Ram2500Hemi wrote:I think the one thing this build thread is missing is better pictures of the front and rear bumper setup.
RedMan wrote:OK, here is the next part of my setup
I know what you're thinking... and this is not a permanent fix, this is something I will throw on OX when I need to make a long ride while towing my boat or anything else. The reason I did this is because with the modification of my bumper and the departure angle now a lot better, this also allows a lot of road debris to hit what ever I am pulling. The flaps mount to my hitch and can easily be removed with two nuts being removed.
w2dodge wrote:sweet…just made me thirsty…whats in that right hand..
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