You might have noticed that I’m normally not the person for interior mods, however I was annoyed enough wedging the phone between two cupholders on the last trip that I decided to buy a bulletpoint phone holder. Looks great installed!
Looks sweet. I’ve been debating that setup.You might have noticed that I’m normally not the person for interior mods, however I was annoyed enough wedging the phone between two cupholders on the last trip that I decided to buy a bulletpoint phone holder. Looks great installed!
Might want to look again if you think a 2500 ram has a gvwr of 12-13k. It’s going to be 9,999 or 10k.Yup, physics are a **********. You want load capacity or do you want articulation. Pick one.
I cheat a bit with airbags in cradles in the rear and Thuren front springs, but I'm under the GVWR of an equivalent 6.4, 2500HD, 4x, crew cab, level1 trim... (which I think is 12-13k)
And no way in hell would I roll on C's.
Ok here are my thoughts. Keep in mind that I haven’t done a lot of research on Gladiators so take this with a grain of salt.Since you have had some travels with a Gladiator. Do you think with a family of four you could make the Gladiator work? Do you ever notice a capability difference between the two? Any review or insight between the two would be apricated.
Oh wow I really like that bumper. Sub $800 is a great deal for a weld-together kit with current steel prices.The spare tire is sitting behind the fridge slide, I have squeezed a 5lbs propane tank in the corner next to it. I bolted down the air compressor in the other side, next to the battery. At some point in the future, the spare tire will be mounted to a rear swing out bumper, I’m just waiting for Coastal Offroad to release their model for my truck (and I also have to gather the courage to cut the bed sides .