What "Dodge" do you have coming with a DEF tank that low? My 2019 RAM DEF tank is in the exact same place of on my 2014, tucked up next to the frame rails with nothing hanging down.You should see the Dodge I've got coming. In the pics that I was provided, the DEF tank is 4" off of the ground. Why Dodge copied the worst thing that GM has ever done, is mind boggling to me.
I'm considering trading up to a 7.3/4.30 Tremor instead of building my Ford. I think I've got one of the bad wiring harnesses acting up. Will see what my tech says. It should be an easy fix once Ford oks a warranty harness.
As for the rear springs, block concerns. Call Carli. They have Deaver springs that can go in with out blocks. And they aren't a fortune or anything. These trucks will wheel hop in mud. But it's been more of something that I blame on lame AT tires, than the trucks fault. The traction control does it's job, which makes it hop worse. Try some Cooper stt pros.
How old of a spy pic is that? Was that when they were testing the 19 chassis cab trucks before release? Every 19 and 20 ram I’ve seen the DEF tank is in the same spot.So what the hell are they hiding? The headlights and the grill (from what I can see) look like the current gen Ram HD.
I would suspect the Tremor will ride harsher, won't be quite as nimble as the power wagon off road due to less articulation. But, it will have double the payload of a Power Wagon. (gas vs gas)As I follow the Tremor I’m more and more interested. My biggest question is ride quality and how it will compare to the Power Wagon? To me that’s the magic of the Power Wagon and how nice it rides. I look forward to driving one and seeing how it stacks up against the Wagon.