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Post by djgaston » Wed Aug 29, 2012 3:18 pm

We are glad to be a part of this site! I wanted to take a minute and let you know exactly who we are and what we do.

Dodge Off Road was started in 2005, after I had about ten years of experience with Ram trucks. I bought and modified my first Ram in 1994 and it's just been an ongoing thing for me, personally, since then. I have also had (and heavily modified) two 2001s, and a 2004.5. I'm hoping to add a 4th gen to my resume soon. :wink:

I have also built several Jeeps that were basically used for off-roading only, with a couple of them being in magazines. I have been 4 wheeling all over the country since 1997, and have covered all of the trails in Moab, most of the state of Colorado, as well as various off road parks in my part of the country (Arkansas/Oklahoma/Missouri) and places like the Badlands in Indiana. I helped build a 250-acre off road park and am working on getting another one going in the near future. I mention all of this because I want to make the point that I don't just sell 4x4 parts and build trucks - I use them, and have been using them for quite a long time. I want you guys to feel confident that when I mention a product, it has my seal of approval and that I'm not just trying to sell you something.

DOR is a small custom-fab shop that also happens to be one of the largest retailers in the world for several items. We started out with very little and reinvest our profits back into the business to expand the company and the product line. We are not your typical retailer or manufacturer that spends tons of money on advertising - we are more of a grass-roots organization, which is done to keep costs down and prices low. The only way we have grown so much, so quickly, is because of our customers referring their friends. I think this says a lot about how impressed those customers have been. I have always believed in doing things the right way the first time, and that is how the business is run as well. We sell the best products and offer the best customer service possible, not only by answering phone calls/text messages/emails quickly, 7 days a week, but also by having the product knowledge to know what the heck I'm talking about. There are so many retailers out there, and sometimes it is hard for us to be the lowest priced option - but we always beat them out in value because of the technical support.

One other thing we do that not many places can, is offer you the option of building your own parts. We have a CNC plasma table that I use to take a customer's drawings or measurements and then cut their items out and ship them right to you. Or if you have an idea but aren't sure how to make it work, we are great at figuring out the details and prototyping something. This side of the business has grown quite a bit recently, as I don't think there are many companies that even have this capability.

With all of that said, here are some items that we make and/or sell for Power Wagons:

DOR adjustable control arms
DOR 3rd and 4th gen steering braces (coming soon)
DOR diff covers/axle skids/trusses (coming very soon)
DOR 3rd and 4th gen hydro assist bolt-on kits (coming soon)
Road Rhino front and rear bumpers in many combinations (largest dealer in the world)
Pure Performance Power Wagon suspension kits
Pure Performance long arm kits
Pure Performance adjustable track bars
Pure Performance heavy duty steering kits
Pure Performance rear coilover conversion
Prodigy custom-valved shocks
Borgeson 3rd gen steering boxes and shafts (largest dealer in the world)
Progressive rate coils in many heights and spring rates
Extended sway bar end links

And we have more on the way! Our site is always expanding. Please take a minute to check out our store: http://www.dodgeoffroad.com/store.php

And if you are on Facebook, we have a page there as well: http://www.facebook.com/dodgeoffroad

My email address is djgaston@djgaston.com and you can reach me at 870.404.8975, 7 days a week. If I don't answer, just leave a quick message and I will call you back. Sometimes I can't hear the phone over all of the equipment, or I may be on the other line.

Thanks for checking us out! I'll post specific product info in separate threads. I just wanted you guys to know who you are dealing with. I'm just another Ram owner that likes to go 4-wheeling, and I happen to sell some of the best products available for these trucks.


In closing, here are some pictures of a few of the rigs I have owned:

Me wheeling the old 2001 Ram - 1 tons, locked front and rear, 16" lift, 44" Boggers, tons of wheel travel:

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My old 3rd gen - 4.5" lift with King 2.5s from Thuren, 37" tires, manual hubs, Thuren steering and track bar, tons of power (too much... I blew it up), hydro assist steering, etc. This is from 2006 - I've been a Thuren customer since he was a Chevy guy!

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My old Scrambler - 350 TPI, SM465, 1 tons, locked front and rear, 42" TSLs on TrailReady beadlocks, 3/16" dentproof steel-plated body, featured in Crawl Magazine's 2nd and 3rd issues:

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My brother's old 98 Z71 that we cut the IFS out of, built a 3-link with coilovers and full hydro steering on one ton locked axles, and then he flipped it:

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Here is my current truck, which is being turned into an incredibly capable 2nd gen. I'm about halfway there now - just need to finish the rear 4 link/coilovers and then put the Rockwell axles under it. When it's done, the stats will be 2001 V10, long arm/coilovers front and rear, Rockwell 2.5 ton axles with disc brakes and 8 lug conversion, 41" Irok radials, ARB air lockers front and rear, full hydro steering front and rear, Road Rhino bumpers front and rear, etc. Maybe a Power Wagon badge if you guys deem it worthy? :popcorn: :lol:

Just a quick pic down at the lake below my house:
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The front suspension is already done, we build these long arms for 2nd gens (only place in the world making dual long arms for 2nd gens):
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Hope to see you all on the trails! 8-)
Danny Gaston, Dodge Off Road  -  Email sales@dodgeoffroad.com - Phone 855.9009.DOR


Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Re: Introduction

Post by Cactus Red » Wed Aug 29, 2012 5:53 pm

Welcome!

I know both the 3rd Gen and especially the 4 Gen folks are always looking for a bolt on slider that can take the weight of a Power Wagon. Welding voids the warranty - not a good idea on a new rig...

The factory PW bolt sliders were discontinued many years ago, so copying the mounts would require finding someone locally with a set. Oddly enough, while welding voids the warranty, drilling the mounting holes doesn't, and we have to drill a bunch of holes to get them to mount...

Here's the old mounting instructions: www.moparsupercenter.com/pdfs/82209109.pdf

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Post by djgaston » Wed Aug 29, 2012 11:49 pm

Thanks for the idea! I've been contacted by several Ram owners (not just PW owners) about this and the issue I always run into is shipping. I ship my long arm kits via UPS, and while it's expensive, it's manageable. But the sliders are so long that they can't go UPS, so we have to send them on a pallet via freight just like the bumpers. And where people don't mind paying $250 to $300 for shipping a couple of bumpers (since you basically have to have all bumpers shipped), shipping sliders is not as acceptable. I think part of it is that people can have them made locally for less. I would love to corner the market on those sliders but everybody I have talked to so far has backed out when shipping charges come up. That's probably why they were discontinued, and that's why other places that used to make them quit making them.

With that said, it looks as if the sliders in the instructions you posted are two pieces in some pictures. And that gives me an idea. This could become a reality if I can shorten the length for shipping, and one way to do that would be to send the long piece of tube in two sections, one sliding into the other and then bolting together. The load would be spread out between two mounts on each one and then shared by the sleeved section, which would be VERY tight. That piece could also be welded together locally.

Looking at those brackets, that would be easy. I just need to get a truck here at the shop and mock them up.

What do you think about that option?

The other idea I have had in my head is to make the brackets and basically send everything except the long piece, and have a customer source that locally and have it welded to my brackets (which bolt to the frame). But even that will require the truck to be at a shop somewhere for a day, plus having it Line-Xed or powder coated. I'd prefer to do something complete where anybody can install it in their garage or driveway.
Danny Gaston, Dodge Off Road  -  Email sales@dodgeoffroad.com - Phone 855.9009.DOR


Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Re: Introduction

Post by Cactus Red » Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:08 am

I had mine shipped from Denver to central AZ via DATS truck freight for $80.00. No pallet, they were just wrapped up and chucked in the truck. That might not work for a painted of powder coated set, but for bare steel, it would be fine.

I've never seen a factory set that were built as a two piece, but if they were sleeved properly, I don't see that as an issue. The main tube on a factory set is 0.250 wall, so it would be plenty strong enough to be sleeved.
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Post by djgaston » Thu Aug 30, 2012 9:48 am

I'm not sure when you had that shipped, but freight prices have gone way up recently, like in the last year. I had a single 41" tire sent to me just wrapped up and thrown in the truck and it was $120. That's with my shipping discount, from Texas to Arkansas.

The sleeved section would use another .250" wall DOM piece inside the two main pieces, so you would have a 1/2" thick piece of DOM 1026 there. That should be strong enough! I'm going to see what I can do to get a truck here to mock this up.
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Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Post by AceMan » Sat Sep 01, 2012 7:45 pm

Nice trucks! I like the 2001 with the 44" boggers. Nice!

And that's a really nice pic of the Z71's suspension. :D

And welcome aboard!
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Auto, REC Nav/Sat UConnect, Reverse cam, MyGig v2 Lockpick, adj pedals, Tow mirrors, aftermarket heated seats.
Mods: Mopar Rock Rails, Carr steps (what's left of them), Toyo MT 35x12.5x17, Mopar 8.5 "T"-Linkage, Carli Trackbar (frameside 16mm bolt), King 2.5 Reservoir shocks, Carli Progressive coils, Carli Front Diff Protector, Rockcrusher rear diff, Carli Low Mount Damper, KC 55 watt rear floods w/Defiant bracket, RetroSolutions 12W LED rev & brake lights, EBC Slotted/Dimpled Rotors & Yellow Stuff Pads, 4th Gen Steering Box, Spicer axle U-joints, 4G DTProfab Steering brace ground 3/8" offset to fit my 3G 2006 with a 4G box.
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Post by djgaston » Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:29 pm

Thanks Ace!

The 01 Off Roadster was a fun truck but the V10 is a much better platform. It's like Round 2, I'm taking everything I learned from wheeling the blue one and making the black one much better. :-) A healthy V10 with 6.72 gears should satisfy my need for low end power without the turbo lag of a diesel.

Thanks again for working to get me setup on here!
Danny Gaston, Dodge Off Road  -  Email sales@dodgeoffroad.com - Phone 855.9009.DOR


Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Post by djgaston » Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:31 pm

Oh, and flopping rigs is a family thing. I'm the black sheep because I'm the only one who hasn't rolled yet. My grandpa has rolled a few times, my brother twice, and here I have had three built rigs and never gone over. Close, but I was able to reverse out of it in time. Haha
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Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Post by AceMan » Sat Sep 01, 2012 9:10 pm

djgaston wrote:Oh, and flopping rigs is a family thing. I'm the black sheep because I'm the only one who hasn't rolled yet. My grandpa has rolled a few times, my brother twice, and here I have had three built rigs and never gone over. Close, but I was able to reverse out of it in time. Haha
Don't see it too loud! I'm sure you don't really want to flip a rig! LOL!

I've always liked the 2nd Gen Cummins Rams. A friend of mine has one who put two stacks in the bed, beefed up the turbo, chipped, etc.

And I like the V10, too. I had the Viper version in my '06 SRT10 Ram SCSB, with a 6spd Tremec. I no longer have it, but it had lots of low end torque. The stick was a pain to drive it in gridlocked traffic on the local highways around here, which Firerescue and Pit know what I'm talking about. Traffic around here during morning and evening rush hour is similar to NYC and north Jersey traffic. Sometimes it feels like I'm in the Truman Show (Jim Carrey movie) when he was trying to get off the island.

I'm currently considering a '12 Ram 6.7 Cummings to transform it into a go-fast rig with a Carli Dominator 6" kit, with 3" Kings, 37" Toyos, winch, etc. And I'll use that to tow my PW to GTG. :D

Keep up the good work on that V10. I really like that alot!
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Mods: Mopar Rock Rails, Carr steps (what's left of them), Toyo MT 35x12.5x17, Mopar 8.5 "T"-Linkage, Carli Trackbar (frameside 16mm bolt), King 2.5 Reservoir shocks, Carli Progressive coils, Carli Front Diff Protector, Rockcrusher rear diff, Carli Low Mount Damper, KC 55 watt rear floods w/Defiant bracket, RetroSolutions 12W LED rev & brake lights, EBC Slotted/Dimpled Rotors & Yellow Stuff Pads, 4th Gen Steering Box, Spicer axle U-joints, 4G DTProfab Steering brace ground 3/8" offset to fit my 3G 2006 with a 4G box.
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Post by AceMan » Sat Sep 01, 2012 9:11 pm

And how did you do the rear steering?? Is that a kit or something?
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Black '06 PW QC
Auto, REC Nav/Sat UConnect, Reverse cam, MyGig v2 Lockpick, adj pedals, Tow mirrors, aftermarket heated seats.
Mods: Mopar Rock Rails, Carr steps (what's left of them), Toyo MT 35x12.5x17, Mopar 8.5 "T"-Linkage, Carli Trackbar (frameside 16mm bolt), King 2.5 Reservoir shocks, Carli Progressive coils, Carli Front Diff Protector, Rockcrusher rear diff, Carli Low Mount Damper, KC 55 watt rear floods w/Defiant bracket, RetroSolutions 12W LED rev & brake lights, EBC Slotted/Dimpled Rotors & Yellow Stuff Pads, 4th Gen Steering Box, Spicer axle U-joints, 4G DTProfab Steering brace ground 3/8" offset to fit my 3G 2006 with a 4G box.
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Post by djgaston » Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:19 am

Yeah, the Magnum V10 is a low-end power house. The torque curve is almost flat which is great for wheeling. The power is constant so you have less wheel spin. That's the only bad thing about the Power Wagons - the car motor. The Hemi likes high RPMs but we need the power down low.

Anyway, the last CTD I had was a 6 speed with a dual disc clutch, and going through town or up to Branson was a nightmare. I had muscle spasms in my left leg from using the clutch so much. Lol. I can relate to the gridlock you are talking about.

I thought the appeal of a Power Wagon was being able to drive it to and from the trail? :-P

The rear steering isn't done yet. I'm building the Rockwells now. Gotta do the rear coilover setup first, then Rockwells, then I will swap the rear axle out for a front axle later and that's when I will have front and rear steering. The full hydro part is a kit from PSC (I sell their stuff) but the rest is simply a front axle put in the back. You operate the rear steering by using a joystick and it has a return to center function. It's pretty simple really, if I had more time I would just go ahead and put the front axle in the rear but I'm doing the build in stages so I want to go the easiest route possible for now. It's hard to make time to work on my own stuff!
Danny Gaston, Dodge Off Road  -  Email sales@dodgeoffroad.com - Phone 855.9009.DOR


Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Re: Introduction

Post by AceMan » Sun Sep 02, 2012 11:55 am

SOunds like a cool build. Make sure to get lots of pics during the build and create a build thread for it, please! Even though I don't have the means, knowledge or experience, I always like to read through other's builds on how things are done. :D
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Black '06 PW QC
Auto, REC Nav/Sat UConnect, Reverse cam, MyGig v2 Lockpick, adj pedals, Tow mirrors, aftermarket heated seats.
Mods: Mopar Rock Rails, Carr steps (what's left of them), Toyo MT 35x12.5x17, Mopar 8.5 "T"-Linkage, Carli Trackbar (frameside 16mm bolt), King 2.5 Reservoir shocks, Carli Progressive coils, Carli Front Diff Protector, Rockcrusher rear diff, Carli Low Mount Damper, KC 55 watt rear floods w/Defiant bracket, RetroSolutions 12W LED rev & brake lights, EBC Slotted/Dimpled Rotors & Yellow Stuff Pads, 4th Gen Steering Box, Spicer axle U-joints, 4G DTProfab Steering brace ground 3/8" offset to fit my 3G 2006 with a 4G box.
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Post by djgaston » Sun Sep 02, 2012 6:36 pm

Sure will! I have a build thread on the DOR forum as well as DTX but I will add one here just for you guys.
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Suspension and Steering Products for Ram 4x4 trucks - 1st through 5th gen models. Specializing in Power Wagon trucks, 2005 through 2018. We build Power Wagon parts because we are Power Wagon owners!

2005 Power Wagon #469 - 6" DOR long arm suspension and rear 4 link, SAW 2.5" coilovers front and rear, 41.5" Pitbull Rockers on 17" Trailready beadlocks, Road Armor bumpers, DOR steering linkage and brace - much more
2014 Ram 2500 CTD - 3" DOR long arm suspension, King 2.5" remote resi shocks front and rear, DOR steering, DOR track bars, DOR rear arms, DOR torsion sway bar, 37" Toyo MT tires on 17" Method Wheels - the tow rig
2001 Ram 2500 V10 - 8" DOR coilover long arm suspension and rear 4 link, prepping for 2.5 ton Rockwells with ARB lockers with front and rear steering, 47" LTBs on Trailready Beadlocks - much more

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Re: Introduction

Post by AceMan » Sun Sep 02, 2012 9:05 pm

djgaston wrote:Sure will! I have a build thread on the DOR forum as well as DTX but I will add one here just for you guys.
Thanks!

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