Tag: Dakota

Tech Thread Spotlight: Replacing Your 3rd Gen Dakota Thermostat

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Changing the thermostat in your 3rd generation Dodge Dakota can serve as a performance mod as it helps to keep the engine running cooler or you can simply change the thermostat as a preventative measure as your truck ages, but in either case it is a job that you can do at home with only […] More »

  Comments | By - July 1, 2014

Truckin Fast: 2g Dodge Dakota RT Dashing Through the Snow

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This week’s Truckin Fast Wednesday feature takes a slightly different approach than usual, trading a dry drag strip or a muddy Tuff Truck course for a big, snow covered parking lot where a 2g Dodge Dakota R/T is stretching its legs and having fun doing so. This Dakota starts by drifting from around the building […] More »

  Comments | By - June 11, 2014

Tire Shredding: Dodge Dakota Does a Massive Rolling Burnout

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As a Dodge truck owner who has done more than my share of burnouts, I’m well aware of the Tire Shredding potential of a V8 truck roasting the rear tires but the rolling burnout performed by this 2000 Dodge Dakota is truly awe inspiring.  Unfortunately, there are no details as to what has been done […] More »

  Comments | By - June 10, 2014

Cool Thread of the Day: Pristine 1g Dodge Dakota Craigslist Find

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It is getting harder and harder to find amazing deals on Craigslist, but new DodgeForum member Willy_B found the 1993 Dodge Dakota 5.2L 4×4 Club Cab shown above.  As you can see, the truck is in gorgeous condition and with only 19,000 miles on the ticker – it is literally like new.  From top to […] More »

  Comments | By - June 10, 2014

Tech Thread Spotlight: 3g Dodge Dakota Tire Fitment/Lift Chart

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Today’s Tech Thread Spotlight features a discussion originally posted by DodgeForum member donkeypunch back in June of 2012, which lists what tires sizes you can run on the 3rd generation Dodge Dakota relative to what type of lift you are running – and how much trimming of body panels you will need to do to […] More »

  Comments | By - May 29, 2014

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