New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

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New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by WashingtonWagon » Wed Mar 16, 2022 4:49 pm

Hi everyone,

I wanted to introduce myself. I just picked up a 2006 Regular Cab Power Wagon g56. I picked it up from an older gentleman that purchased it a year old with 30k on it. I have had a long list of off-road vehicles but my current rig was a 1972 K20 Chevy. I adored that pickup but it was a bit of a bear for my fiancé to drive in the hills or on the trail. Also with myself being 6'2 I was extremely cramped in that old school cab. I sold it and begin looking for a replacement and stumbled across this truck on marketplace. To be honest I had completely forgotten they built power wagons in the 3rd gen body. I realized it was the perfect truck for what I needed with the lockers, sway bar disconnect, 4.56 gears and the beloved G56 all from the factory :rockon: . We hooked up my 2018 CTD g56 and made the 3 plus house trip to grab it. The truck was rougher than described and had 100k more miles than the add listed. I low balled him a few thousand dollars and drug it home. It need some little things here and there but is a solid truck and great platform to start with.

I spent yesterday changing fluids etc. I also put my 37x13.50 Coopers on I saved from my k20. With some skinny wheel action and a BFH I was able to get them to clear. I have some Carli high clearance arms on the way to push the wheels forward for some added clearance.

The plans for this truck are some armor and maintenance. Throw our RTT on and spend the summer enjoying some 4 wheelin' and camping! :cheers:
Power Wagon interior 2.jpg
2006 P.W. Regular Cab g56
37x13.50 Cooper STT Pros on 17x9 Pro Comp Wheels
Carli High Clearance Arms
Thuren Shocks
More to come! :rockon:

Daily/Tow Rig- 2018 Laramie CCLB g56 leveled, deleted 35's :patriot:

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Re: New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by Bill2014 » Tue Jul 12, 2022 11:18 am

Welcome to the Group! :cheers:

getting the 37x13.5's to fit on that truck with clearance must have been fun! :rockon:
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Re: New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by RustyPW » Tue Jul 12, 2022 9:02 pm

Welcome to the forum. :mrgreen:

An '06 RC LB with a manual is rare. Only a hand full were built.

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Re: New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by Mule007 » Wed Jul 13, 2022 3:32 pm

Welcome to the forum,,,Enjoy :) !
:patriot:2005 Mineral Grey; QC- #0666: "Laramie", power heated Leather seats, tow mirrors, dual comfort zones, Alpine 9 speaker surround sound, steering wheel cruise, music & volume controls, remote start, 6 CD player, AC, cat back dual exhaust; dark charcoal silver interior.
Additions: Frame mounted .188 DOM 3" steel rock rails w low profile steps;1.5” Skyjacker leveling kit; Bully Dog GT Platinum A-pillar mount programmable performance chip, monitor,& tuner; Linex Platinum OTR black armor HD bed & rock panel coating; Red Ryder cab high fiberglass canopy; 2” Linex brush guard w/4-4” Halogen off road lights; Hopkins Trailer Mate brake controller; Bearcat Pro 68XL CB; Mopar black accent fender flares; PW winch kit & remote control.
Tools: hand tools, 60” Extreme High Lift, rigging, straps, shackles, F&R chains, (2ea) rear wheel well NATO 20 L narrow gas cans & 5# extinguishers
Updates: Jasper Remfgr’d 5.7 Hemi Engine; Open Range AT 35x12.5 x17 MP3 10 ply E tires; Moog HD U/L front axle ball joints & wheel bearings; new link, sway, y bar & bushing assemblies; fuel pump; A/C exhaust fan & compressor;1 ton HEMI transmission cooler; OEM radiator; front pinion seal & bearing; Denso 180-amp alternator; Megatron 850 CCA HD battery; water pump, serpentine belt, Bilstein 2 5100 shocks & HD steering damper; F&R locker assemblies & u joints; 3" Magna flow cat back muffler, rear exit dual exhausts

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Re: New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by WombatRanger » Mon Aug 01, 2022 7:19 pm

Very uncommon pickup, I am a little jealous. I've wanted one forever. I am trying to find the time to build one myself, out of an 06 QCSB PW and an 07 RCLB G56 Hemi pickup with 71k miles on it. I've got the trucks, just not the time.

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Re: New Member in Washington State with a G56 Regular Cab

Post by flattire » Wed Nov 30, 2022 11:07 pm

Single cab and stick shift! You may have the only one.

Somewhere in this forum there is a list of production numbers you may find interesting. I don't recall where though.

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