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Old 07-08-2015, 02:39 PM
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Default Went and bought a new truck Monday.

As the title says... What should I put on the Christmas list first?
 
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Old 07-08-2015, 04:50 PM
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Tuner or catback. Nice truck.
 
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Old 07-08-2015, 09:09 PM
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Same truck I got afew weeks ago. I got factory running boards on mine.
Dealer had 3 instock and sold all 3 the same day.

Im keeping mine simple, tonneau Cover, Running boards, Splash Guards. I also got a TracRac that's 8 clamps, if I need to carry long items.

If you get snow where you are, Weathertech Floor Liners would be a great investment for winter. I got them for the front (guy suggested 100% against the Over-The-Hump one, Painfull to remove with snow/water in it.)

Could get a tunerlike jkeaton said or Catback.
I went from a v6 Dakota, So im happy with how mine is. and It came with the Dual Sport Exhaust to.

A Cover is great, made even better with the Elec. Locking Tailgate (didnt even know mine had it till 3 days after I got it)

Heres what the Factory boards look like.
 

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Old 07-09-2015, 06:24 PM
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Thanks, gentleman.
I went Tuesday and had the windows tinted.
I am leaning towards the tuner. I looked on superchips website but they only had up to a 2013 available, unless I looked in the wrong spot. Is there another brand that is favored among RAM users?
I am also thinking about lowering the back 2" so that it will sit level as opposed to the slight nose drop I have going on. Anyone have recommendations on a particular brand?
 
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Old 07-13-2015, 12:47 PM
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Don't lower man, you need to go the other direction





**Just a note, I do not have a Cummins. It is just a picture in front of a Cummins building.
 
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Agreed 100% ^^^ get a leveling kit for the front if you want it level.
 
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Old 07-13-2015, 04:46 PM
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The past 4 trucks I have had were lifted. Now, I wanna go fast! Or at least look the part. I need to find some pictures that are only lowered slightly. Thank you for the feedback, though.

On another note, this forum is nowhere near as active as it was when I had my first Ram... Where did everyone go???
 
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The past 4 trucks I have had were lifted. Now, I wanna go fast! Or at least look the part. I need to find some pictures that are only lowered slightly. Thank you for the feedback, though.

On another note, this forum is nowhere near as active as it was when I had my first Ram... Where did everyone go???
Facebook. LOL...

Forum use is down all over, at least the dozen or so I'm on with any frequency. I'm a mod on an outdoorsman forum and 5 years ago the slowest sections would still get 15-20 posts a day. Now the entire forum might get 20-25.

I'm on an ATV forum used to get 100 or so posts a day, sometimes will go 48 hours now without a post...
 
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That's true. Facebook is eating everyone. It's a lot more tolerant.
 
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Old 07-18-2015, 10:48 AM
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Originally Posted by HammerZ71 View Post
Facebook. LOL...

Forum use is down all over, at least the dozen or so I'm on with any frequency. I'm a mod on an outdoorsman forum and 5 years ago the slowest sections would still get 15-20 posts a day. Now the entire forum might get 20-25.

I'm on an ATV forum used to get 100 or so posts a day, sometimes will go 48 hours now without a post...
Hammer,
I was reading through the SuperChips thread and didn't see any information about a tuner for 2015 Hemis yet. Is the only option the replacement computer and tuner as of now?
 
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