I live in Southern California, so I have no issues with that. I was thinking after mounting the red sliders I was going to rhino line where the black stickers are on the bottom part of the truck. How much do you want for the sliders?
ive got someone planning on coming to get them next weekend, and another person interested - i'll put you on the list behind them, but im not shipping them. its 2,000 miles one way from Los Angeles to here
i ended up doing the AEV snorkel after experiencing some mud in my airbox from my jaunts in Montana. Still trying to decide if it was worth cutting this big ass hole in my fender. Been toying with doing a set of RAM Runner fiberwerx fenders up front
i decided that despite the Thuren front bumper not being specifically made for power wagon's, it is my favorite design and with the truck being so tall, having a bumper lip to stand on would be an awesome help for doing anything in the engine bay. I talked with Don and we put together a 3rd Gen center section with 4th gen outers. The third gen center section is a lot more compact with a better approach angle than the 4th, because the 4th Gen RAM's equipped with a cummins have their intercoolers mounted much deeper into the grille. Being that this truck doesnt have an intercooler, the center piece is a perfect upgrade.
Whats needed to make this winch compatible, is to weld a fairlead mount onto the front of it to guide the winch cable. I have a warn Iron hawse fairlead on the way to keep it as low profile as possible. Big shout out to Chris from UJoint offroad that helped me torch this plate out
yesterday i had a set of the AEV Katla's (new foundry) delivered. Im going to hold onto my TR Beadlocks for heavy trail running, but with as long as my road trips have been I need to lighten up my unsprung weight and try to get a semblance of fuel economy back.