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  1. #106
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    Bingo - congrats :^)

    Kinda looks like what I got, which is called a Black Express version.

    I'm curious - is the Black Express version of the 2017 RAM 1500 offered across the continent?
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    I think it was offered here as a special edition, but not 100% on that.

    My trucks window sticker indicates it is a sport regular cab 4x2, and then lists the Night Edition package (26q) which includes:
    black badging,
    black honeycomb grill,
    black RAM tailgate (like the Rebel),
    and 20x8 painted black aluminum wheels w/275/60 all season tires

    it seems like a very similar package besides the tailgate

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    Congratulations on a great deal on a great looking truck!

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    Have any of y'all ever weighed your 2009 and newer 1500 crew cab 2wd? Curious what mine might weigh.....
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    Finally got around to lowering my truck a couple of months ago.....just realized I never put any pics on here.

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    I've always had a weak spot for lowered trucks, always will.

    Galactus hungers...

  7. #112
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    Beautiful Truck!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Haulin426 View Post
    Finally got around to lowering my truck a couple of months ago.....just realized I never put any pics on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haulin426 View Post
    Have any of y'all ever weighed your 2009 and newer 1500 crew cab 2wd? Curious what mine might weigh.....
    At least 5300lbs, that's what my 2003 weighs and I doubt they've gotten any lighter lol.
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    A simple way to get the actual weight of your truck as delivered is to first, find the GVWR on the door sticker, let's say it's 6,700 lbs.

    Then find the Tire and Loading Information sticker and write down the figure next to "The combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed:" Let's say that figure is 1,610 lbs.

    Now subtract 1,610 from 6,700 and this gives you a net truck curb weight of 5,090 lbs.

    I just made these numbers up so they could be way off but this system will get the number for your particular truck as built, obviously trailer hitches or anything you or the dealer added after build out will change the numbers. Any Dodge truck guys?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Haulin426 View Post
    Finally got around to lowering my truck a couple of months ago.....just realized I never put any pics on here.

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    Sexy even with those 2 extra doors
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slidd View Post
    A simple way to get the actual weight of your truck as delivered is to first, find the GVWR on the door sticker, let's say it's 6,700 lbs.

    Then find the Tire and Loading Information sticker and write down the figure next to "The combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed:" Let's say that figure is 1,610 lbs.

    Now subtract 1,610 from 6,700 and this gives you a net truck curb weight of 5,090 lbs.

    I just made these numbers up so they could be way off but this system will get the number for your particular truck as built, obviously trailer hitches or anything you or the dealer added after build out will change the numbers. Any Dodge truck guys?

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    I traded my 05 Thunder Road in on a new 2017 Ecodiesel CC 4X4 Big Horn. Wow, Ram has come a long way! I put the "Green Diesel Engineering" Hot Tune on at 5,000 miles. Wow Last 2 tanks averaged 33.3 mpg! Now, my question= Why in heck doesn't FCA offer this motor in the Chrysler 300's, Chargers and Jeep Wranglers? I know they had some teething problems, but it's a quiet smooth super efficient motor. I'm positive it would deliver 40+ mpg in a car. For some reason I can't post pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by formerice View Post
    I traded my 05 Thunder Road in on a new 2017 Ecodiesel CC 4X4 Big Horn. Wow, Ram has come a long way! I put the "Green Diesel Engineering" Hot Tune on at 5,000 miles. Wow Last 2 tanks averaged 33.3 mpg! Now, my question= Why in heck doesn't FCA offer this motor in the Chrysler 300's, Chargers and Jeep Wranglers? I know they had some testing problems, but it's a quiet smooth super efficient motor. I'm positive it would deliver 40+ mpg in a car. For some reason I can't post pics.
    Nobody would've bought it lol, same reason they didn't sell the diesel 300 here (was available in Europe).

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    Here's my 2013 Express an my Kenworth. IMG_20180819_103855_368.jpg20170725_194844.jpg

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