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Power Wagon Flex

Yeah I know it's not a ranger but this is the first time I've flexed it out.



Don't you wish rangers could do this off the line

Still has more, which I'm going to try and do tomorrow.











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Friggin tank.
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Impressive! Does it have the electronic sway disconnects?
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Impressive! Does it have the electronic sway disconnects?
Im like 99% positive his does. They def are nice, I just wish you could get a different motor option with them. None the less its a super nice truck, I wish I had it.
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Nice... not a bad looking truck at all. Just too big!
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Impressive! Does it have the electronic sway disconnects?
Yes it does, lockers, ect.
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Nice... not a bad looking truck at all. Just too big!

Needed a bigger truck to haul around the family & why not be able to wheel the baby around.
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lol your plate says BRO


that thing flexes nice and its HUGE
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lol your plate says BRO


that thing flexes nice and its HUGE

I know haha, when they came in I was like "really! my plates say bro on them"
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this makes me wanna go flex out my dad's 3500 lol. i've always loved power wagons.
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Nice!
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honestly though... if you could get a cummins in that truck it would pretty damn nice
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its to big. cool concept, but just simply to big.
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its to big. cool concept, but just simply to big.
That's what she said
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honestly though... if you could get a cummins in that truck it would pretty damn nice
Yeah it would be nice but then it wouldnt just be big and heavy it would be big and way to heavy.
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Nice truck!
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Now get it stuck and show us what pulls you out
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Now get it stuck and show us what pulls you out
That would be the winch & maybe someone elses winch depending on how bad haha
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am I the only one that was expecting to see this?





Looks awesome though!
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am I the only one that was expecting to see this?





Looks awesome though!
Man i love that truck, the OP's truck is badass but this one takes the cake. I remember reading about it several years back in perterson's.
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Did some offroading today, no pics since I was by myself but for a big truck this thing is very capable & I'm impressed. Went everywhere I tried to go. You need 50 yards to make a turn in 4 low and locked front and back though haha

I did get some pics of the difference with the sway bar connected & disconnected.

sway bar connected, It stopped climbing there




sway bar disconnected, it probably can flex more but that was the high point of the climb

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much better without that sway bar in. slap some bigger tires on there
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That thing is sweet Casey. I really like the look of the new dodges anyway and the power wagon just makes it awesome.
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Thanks, I have liked the 4th gen HD's when they came out & I've always like the power wagons so I went hunting for one when I was looking for a truck. Finding a used one for a decent price was the hardest part.

Maybe we can finally get a meet put together this summer or something.
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