2013 Power Wagon for Sale

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feeesh
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2013 Power Wagon for Sale

Post by feeesh » Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:49 am

Not anymore, but enjoy the photos anyway
https://imgur.com/a/5H3iB
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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by PWJouster » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:07 pm

sorry to be offtopic....how did you do that phone holder x grip? im using adhesive on a screw plate, but you screwed it into dash?
2018 Powerwagon
Thuren King 3.0-S3 & 2.5-S2 with King Stab, TBs, Boogies and
Dodge-Off-Road Steering Brace
Method NV 17s
Toyo RT 35x12.5/17
Purple Cranium F&R
S&B Intake
Exhaust

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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by PWJouster » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:08 pm

feeesh wrote:
Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:49 am
phone mount
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2018 Powerwagon
Thuren King 3.0-S3 & 2.5-S2 with King Stab, TBs, Boogies and
Dodge-Off-Road Steering Brace
Method NV 17s
Toyo RT 35x12.5/17
Purple Cranium F&R
S&B Intake
Exhaust

feeesh
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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by feeesh » Thu Mar 29, 2018 4:47 pm

No worries!
OK here's how we do it. It's really quite easy as long as you have a buddy with a welder.

1) Take the factory torx screws out of there.
2) Get 2 1/4"-20 hex nuts. Stack them and have a buddy weld them to the top of the factory screw. I used 2 stainless hex nuts per screw since we had them lying around the shop. I think it allows a little more clearance for the socket arm too. As you can see I did both screws so I could mount another device on the passenger side.
3) Go to amazon and get the ram mount parts. You'll need a 1" ball with 1/4"-20 male threaded end. These are about $9. You'll also need a socket arm and x-grip holder. There's several options to choose from but I went with the shortest size socket arm and it works great.
4) Put some loctite on the threads on the ball before you screw it in to the welded screw/nut assembly, otherwise it'll try to un-screw itself as you're driving. Put the factory screws back where they came from, grab a beer and enjoy.

Cheers

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