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    06 Dodge 2500HD Hemi 38,000 miles

    1st pic is the day I picked her up.

    2nd pic is today after a few add-ons.

    Bit of a difference from the good ole Dakota, she made it to 200,000 miles.

    Feel free to add pics of yours if you like.
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    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Bunny thats one kicka$$ UTE Old Mate!!!!
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    Nice truck.

    I like the headache rack on the back of the cab.

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    Sweet truck buns



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    Lookin' Good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Nice truck.

    I like the headache rack on the back of the cab.
    Dredly calls it a "GRILL GUARD!" lmao

    How many of you remember why?

    I get them installed locally for about $500
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Dredly calls it a "GRILL GUARD!" lmao

    How many of you remember why?

    I get them installed locally for about $500

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Dredly calls it a "GRILL GUARD!" lmao

    How many of you remember why?

    I get them installed locally for about $500


    well for me it would come in handy being I can't seem to put stuff in the back of my pick-up without putting something through the back window.

    I went through 2 back windows last year loading firewood.

    Least to say the wife was highly impressed with my wood stacking talent. And besides my truck looks good with cardboard and duck tape back window, my truck is all the rave at the local walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    well for me it would come in handy being I can't seem to put stuff in the back of my pick-up without putting something through the back window.

    I went through 2 back windows last year loading firewood.

    Least to say the wife was highly impressed with my wood stacking talent. And besides my truck looks good with cardboard and duck tape back window, my truck is all the rave at the local walmart.
    I am famous for the ATV through the back window...

    So now I have a rack and a tool box....SHOULD be good to go!
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    I am famous for the ATV through the back window...

    So now I have a rack and a tool box....SHOULD be good to go!
    I was wondering if you were gonna do wood with that new puppy



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    I was wondering if you were gonna do wood with that new puppy
    I have a 6x12 dump trailer that I use for wood. Dump Trailers are the only way to do firewood.
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Not a Dodge fan at all. In fact, they make me puke but the nerf bars definitely sharpen it up quite bit. But if you want to really trick it out, remove the Dodge motor.
    Prostaff of whatever DB uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Not a Dodge fan at all. In fact, they make me puke but the nerf bars definitely sharpen it up quite bit. But if you want to really trick it out, remove the Dodge motor.
    slippy is such a diplomat



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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Not a Dodge fan at all. In fact, they make me puke but the nerf bars definitely sharpen it up quite bit. But if you want to really trick it out, remove the Dodge motor.
    I am not a Slippy fan either, if your really wanna impress me...

    Remove yourself from this thread.
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    Come on boys lets get back to how cool the new truck is!!!What size V8 has this truck got ???? And is it the Mopar??? Love that V8
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    Dat truck gotta hemi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Dat truck gotta hemi?
    Its a Hemi...5.7L its a beast...

    I am thinking intake and exhaust next...
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    [QUOTE=BUNNYMAN;304810]Its a Hemi...5.7L its a beast...

    I am thinking intake and exhaust next...:wave lets see that is 354cu in
    How many HP is it today
    The 354, released in 1956, had a bore of 3.9375 in (100.0 mm) and stroke of 3.625 in (92.1 mm). It was used in the 1956 New Yorker, Imperial Custom and Crown, and Chrysler 300B. Dodge used a modified version of this engine in the 1957 D-501. The 300B engine was rated at 340 bhp (254 kW), while the New Yorker and Imperial 354 engine configuration produced 280 bhp (209 kW). For the 300B an optional 355 hp (265 kW) version was available, making it the first American V-8 to be rated at one horsepower per cubic inch.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysler_Hemi_engine



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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Its a Hemi...5.7L its a beast...

    I am thinking intake and exhaust next...
    No smog check in the Hutch EEEHHHHHHH
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    Its a Hemi...5.7L its a beast...

    I am thinking intake and exhaust next...
    those are mean right from the factory. alittle tuning and you won't be able to keep the rear in the rear.

    I went for a ride in one and was completely amazed how fast that truck went from 0 to 60. Once it was there it went 60 to OH MYGOD fast in no time.

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