What did you do to your Ram today???

Bigalh79

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I really like it but to be honest I know you can replicate the look and sounds much cheaper. I personally wanted the peace of mind that if something goes wrong, it falls on them. :)
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I was thinking the same thing as far as warranty troubles. I have the b2 fabrication magnaflow on mine now ,its quality workmanship but it isn't quite loud enough for me. Is the mopar as loud as the borla stype?
 

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@Rampat poured water around the tailgate seal and it still got in. Same with the new bulkhead seal I tried out. Better than it was before, but not was I hoping for. I guess my cover will never be 100% leak proof. Perhaps you or someone else will have better luck. The tailgate seal definitely fills the gap well and will most likely keep dirt/debris and some rain out but there’s still gaps the way I set it up.
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I bought the truck with about 4,000 miles already done by the original owner. After driving it for a few weeks I called the shop he did the work with and decided to go a slightly different route. Thank you to "Industrial Motoring" in Anaheim, CA. They really know "lifted trucks".

1st, they removed my Pulsar piggyback tuning unit due to my ignition issues. I since have sent it back to Edge Products under warranty. They sent out a new one and I haven't put it back in yet. As soon as it was removed it resolved my ACC issues. I plan to put it back once I have a moment.

2nd, they removed the (4) AuxBeam 9" Driving Lights that were originally mounted on the front bumper. I wanted to see more of the front grill even though they put off SO much light. I was going for a cleaner look.

3rd, they removed the 20x12 Hostile Wheels and 38" Mickey Thompson tires and replaced them with 20x10 Fuel Triton Wheels with 35" Falken Wildpeak AT3W's. I was looking for a more compliant ride with more streetability.

4th, they adjusted the Fabtech Dirt Logic front coilovers for more play as they were set up for the 38", and then had it all realigned.

5th, they installed new AMP Research Power Steps in place of the fixed RBP side steps that were on it before.

When I got it home, I removed the Century (Paint Matched) Ultra Sport Bed Shell after building a mount that I constructed in the garage. Now I could back the truck into place and put it on the mount or on the truck, when I want.

Then, I took it to Poway RAM in San Diego, and had 2 recalls done (brake pedal and ground cable) and did the 12" Screen Software Update, and the Amplifier TSB. I recommend Poway RAM and was impressed with their customer service.

Now that I am settled in and plan to enjoy the truck this summer, I plan to advertise a list of goodies to sell including:

20x12 Hostile Wheels
38" Mickey Thompson tires
Stock 22" wheels and tires
(4) Aux Beam 9" Circular LED Lights with Shields and Brackets.
All Stock Suspension Parts (for those who want to revert to stock)
RBP Side Steps
Sprint Booster V3

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Thanks Viper67, I will look into those EBC pads!!! How would you describe them over the stock pads?

I don't mind brake dust if its an improvement on the bite and braking as it is worth it to me.
Google them. They are about the best out there unless your spending tons on bembro.


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Nice. ORP but no level? Btw how do you like the Borla?
Yes ORP with no no level, it fits just barely. I ordered the Borla this week then canceled it the next day. I will probably still get it. I was thinking about seeing what the new Mopar exhaust was like.
 
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Modified my rear seats to fold down. See my post on how to do the mod.
 

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