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konfuzed

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Member III

797
US
First Name
Jeremy
Last Name
Kelley
Member #

23058

I want to the rams! Preferably 1500s but it doesn't matter.

Here is my '14 Ram 1500 lonestar 5.7 4x4 crew cab with the 5'7" bed (the only thing I dont like about it)
20x10x -24 wrapped in 35x12.5x20
2" leveling kit
Body armor bumper and lights
Cowl induction hood
Led headlights
Tuned
I have a dedicated tablet mounted to run maps and gauges on dash.
Bed cover
Tool box (tools, towing gear, heater, grill, stove,air compressor, inverter)
Bed lights and 12v plugs
Bed mounted axe, shovel and fishing rods





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472HemiGTX

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Member III

2,010
Prineville. OR
First Name
Allen
Last Name
S
Member #

10793

My 2012. It was my 70 mile daily driver until about a year and half ago. I retired it and gave it a facelift.
  • Minor touch-up, polish and wax
  • New black front bumper with light bar, driving lights and dual Hella 6"er's.
  • Black grill
  • Rebel tow hooks
  • OE style black flares and splash guards
  • Body Armor rear bumper
  • Hidden 9500 winch
  • Wheel to wheel 3 step nerf bars
  • Black emblems
Engine:
  • AEM cold air intake
  • Dual cat back exhaust
Suspension
  • Fabtech front coil over conversion
  • Tuff Country tubular upper control arms
  • Braided brakeline
  • Raybestos R300 slotted rotors and plated calipers
  • New front hub assemblies
  • New rear axle bearings
  • Mopar LSD carrier and G2 aluminum diff cover with load bolts
  • New rear driveline u-joints
  • Upgraded dual cardan style front driveline
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konfuzed

Rank III
Member

Member III

797
US
First Name
Jeremy
Last Name
Kelley
Member #

23058

My 2012. It was my 70 mile daily driver until about a year and half ago. I retired it and gave it a facelift.
  • Minor touch-up, polish and wax
  • New black front bumper with light bar, driving lights and dual Hella 6"er's.
  • Black grill
  • Rebel tow hooks
  • OE style black flares and splash guards
  • Body Armor rear bumper
  • Hidden 9500 winch
  • Wheel to wheel 3 step nerf bars
  • Black emblems
Engine:
  • AEM cold air intake
  • Dual cat back exhaust
Suspension
  • Fabtech front coil over conversion
  • Tuff Country tubular upper control arms
  • Braided brakeline
  • Raybestos R300 slotted rotors and plated calipers
  • New front hub assemblies
  • New rear axle bearings
  • Mopar LSD carrier and G2 aluminum diff cover with load bolts
  • New rear driveline u-joints
  • Upgraded dual cardan style front driveline
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Wow man that's a beast. Cant wait for my mod list to catch up with yours.
 

Doodoob_2377

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Member III

741
La Luz, New Mexico, USA
First Name
David
Last Name
Brown
Member #

20727

Not a 1500.........but here goes.
I bought my RAM in September of 2016 shortly after getting reassigned in Alamogordo, NM. It only took one trip to the mountains for hunting and I fell back in love with the NM wilderness. I am finally getting the truck to where I want it to be. Having owned a few Jeeps I told myself I was going to keep it stock. Now I find myself doing what I said I wasn't going to do...…….modifying it. Needless to say this is how it sits after a 3625 mile road trip to NutHouse Industries in Morrow, OH.
Details:
- Tech II rack w/removable cross bars, a coiling cover, awning mounts, Rotopax, Maxtrax, highlift, and a Eeze-Awn Axe/Shovel mounts. They are fabbing me up a plate for mounting a fire extinguisher and gonna mail it to me.
- 23 Zero Walkabout 62 RTT
- N-Fab Steps (Eventually these will be replaces with White Knuckle Off-road Sliders)
- Ranch Hand Sport bumper w/ a Warn 16.5Ti Synthetic
- Bilstein 5162 Leveling kit w/ matching rears, BDS Track bar, and a RC steering brace
- Method MR306 Mesh Wheels w/275/65R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
- Stealth Module
- CAT Fuel Filter Kit w/ a Fleece Factory Filter Delete
- OPT7 60” LED Tailgate Light Bar
- RC x5 LED Light Bar and a 20" Python eBay special light bar
- Weathertech Floor Liners and splash guards
- AVS Aeroskin II Bug Guard
 

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konfuzed

Rank III
Member

Member III

797
US
First Name
Jeremy
Last Name
Kelley
Member #

23058

Not a 1500.........but here goes.
I bought my RAM in September of 2016 shortly after getting reassigned in Alamogordo, NM. It only took one trip to the mountains for hunting and I fell back in love with the NM wilderness. I am finally getting the truck to where I want it to be. Having owned a few Jeeps I told myself I was going to keep it stock. Now I find myself doing what I said I wasn't going to do...…….modifying it. Needless to say this is how it sits after a 3625 mile road trip to NutHouse Industries in Morrow, OH.
Details:
- Tech II rack w/removable cross bars, a coiling cover, awning mounts, Rotopax, Maxtrax, highlift, and a Eeze-Awn Axe/Shovel mounts. They are fabbing me up a plate for mounting a fire extinguisher and gonna mail it to me.
- 23 Zero Walkabout 62 RTT
- N-Fab Steps (Eventually these will be replaces with White Knuckle Off-road Sliders)
- Ranch Hand Sport bumper w/ a Warn 16.5Ti Synthetic
- Bilstein 5162 Leveling kit w/ matching rears, BDS Track bar, and a RC steering brace
- Method MR306 Mesh Wheels w/275/65R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
- Stealth Module
- CAT Fuel Filter Kit w/ a Fleece Factory Filter Delete
- OPT7 60” LED Tailgate Light Bar
- RC x5 LED Light Bar and a 20" Python eBay special light bar
- Weathertech Floor Liners and splash guards
- AVS Aeroskin II Bug Guard
That thing is massive! Nice build so far man, keep us posted.
 

bmward64

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Contributor I

60
Pennsylvania, USA
First Name
Blair
Last Name
Ward
Not a 1500.........but here goes.
I bought my RAM in September of 2016 shortly after getting reassigned in Alamogordo, NM. It only took one trip to the mountains for hunting and I fell back in love with the NM wilderness. I am finally getting the truck to where I want it to be. Having owned a few Jeeps I told myself I was going to keep it stock. Now I find myself doing what I said I wasn't going to do...…….modifying it. Needless to say this is how it sits after a 3625 mile road trip to NutHouse Industries in Morrow, OH.
Details:
- Tech II rack w/removable cross bars, a coiling cover, awning mounts, Rotopax, Maxtrax, highlift, and a Eeze-Awn Axe/Shovel mounts. They are fabbing me up a plate for mounting a fire extinguisher and gonna mail it to me.
- 23 Zero Walkabout 62 RTT
- N-Fab Steps (Eventually these will be replaces with White Knuckle Off-road Sliders)
- Ranch Hand Sport bumper w/ a Warn 16.5Ti Synthetic
- Bilstein 5162 Leveling kit w/ matching rears, BDS Track bar, and a RC steering brace
- Method MR306 Mesh Wheels w/275/65R20 Nitto Ridge Grapplers
- Stealth Module
- CAT Fuel Filter Kit w/ a Fleece Factory Filter Delete
- OPT7 60” LED Tailgate Light Bar
- RC x5 LED Light Bar and a 20" Python eBay special light bar
- Weathertech Floor Liners and splash guards
- AVS Aeroskin II Bug Guard
I like that setup, man. I just posted a thread on bed racks vs caps. I'm just getting started into this and hope to someday have a mod list like that. Have fund out on the trails!
 

bmward64

Rank 0

Contributor I

60
Pennsylvania, USA
First Name
Blair
Last Name
Ward
I want to the rams! Preferably 1500s but it doesn't matter.

Here is my '14 Ram 1500 lonestar 5.7 4x4 crew cab with the 5'7" bed (the only thing I dont like about it)
20x10x -24 wrapped in 35x12.5x20
2" leveling kit
Body armor bumper and lights
Cowl induction hood
Led headlights
Tuned
I have a dedicated tablet mounted to run maps and gauges on dash.
Bed cover
Tool box (tools, towing gear, heater, grill, stove,air compressor, inverter)
Bed lights and 12v plugs
Bed mounted axe, shovel and fishing rods





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I like the before and after here. Really a nice looking truck!

What did you go with for your tablet and mounting system?
 
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konfuzed

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First Name
Jeremy
Last Name
Kelley
Member #

23058

I like the before and after here. Really a nice looking truck!

What did you go with for your tablet and mounting system?
Its basically a piece of metal bent to go under the trim with a magnetic mount. I do have a hole drilled for the charging cable that runs below the console to a switch. The switch controls the charging for a USB plug in the center console, tablet and dashcam, 10w solar panel trickle charger, and is able to stay on without the key.
 
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konfuzed

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Member III

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First Name
Jeremy
Last Name
Kelley
Member #

23058

I did some work the past couple of days. 2 switches and an outlet with 2 USBs, 12v, and volt meter. Boxes installed and wired up a fuse box for all of my leds and accessories. Including a dual usb plug in my center console and a 12v outlet behind the rear seat for the solar panel. Also installed some running boards and painted my chrome rear bumper. 20191228_165053.jpg20191228_165130.jpg20191228_165146.jpg20191228_165124.jpg
 

Cummins_Overland

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Advocate II

590
Fairfield, CA, USA
First Name
Bradley
Last Name
Davidson
Member #

17660

I haven't been on in awhile but here she is in all her glory
2006 Ram 2500 Mega Cab 5.9 Cummins here are some of the basics about it
37" Cooper tires
4.56 gears
Icon Stage 3 Suspension
EFI Live tuning from Optimal Welding
Move Front and Rear bumpers
Rhino Industries/ HMMWV tire carrier
 

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