2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

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feeesh
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2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by feeesh » Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:49 am

The time has come to sell this 2013 power wagon. I bought it two years ago, have put less than 20k miles on it. It’s been a pavement princess commuter truck and since I have too many hobbies I never got to use it the way I wanted. It’s silly for a machine capable of so much to be a commuter truck so I’m ready to sell it and get on a motorcycle and probably a midsize beater truck for everything else. Something that’s wife friendly and fits in the garage. Located in Spring, TX (Houston area). Please email for fastest response: thrynfshr@gmail.com
60,000 miles and increasing, Came with the 18” Rockstar wheels, still has 33”s on it. Some dings in the bedsides, presumably from car washes. Small dent in the tailgate was there when I bought it. Lockers, winch, sway bar all work to the best of my knowledge. Asking 30k OBO.

I think this link is to the album of photos. Perhaps I'll add more this weekend.
https://imgur.com/a/5H3iB

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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by PWJouster » Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:07 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?
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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by PWJouster » Thu Mar 29, 2018 12:08 pm

feeesh wrote:
Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:49 am
phone mount
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2018 Powerwagon
soon- Thuren King 3.0&2.5
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Toyo RT 35x12.5/17

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Re: 2013 Power Wagon for Sale, 60k miles

Post by feeesh » Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:47 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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