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Ranger & Power Wagon together

I was cleaning up the garage so I took some pics while I had both vehicles out.








Here is the toolbox I bedlined. I think it came out pretty good


Inside the power wagon. If rangers had this you would be skeeting all over the place



ice chest, on both sides



I don't know who has seen underneath these but it is armored up




That is all for now.
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lol at the ranger being the same height!
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dude the wagon is sick. cant beleive the options it comes with. ranger looks sick as always
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Damn that power wagon has got me impressed.
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dam!!!
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I love it, the only thing I wish I could of got was the ram box on the bedsides but they didn't offer that until the new 2012 larmine edition in the power wagon. With a $52K price tag, ehh not worth it.

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Looking good! Didnt know the ram had all those options, pretty cool.
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lol at the ranger being the same height!
That was the first thing I noticed too!
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If only they could make the new Power Wagon the same as the old.
I'm old enough to have driven the original.
It could pull an eight bottom plow across a field.
It was a true 4WD , all four wheels pulled.Stock from the factory.
When it got stuck it took two tractors to pull it out.If you were lucky.
Using the Power Wagon badge on a new truck now days is an insult to the real trucks that once were.
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Hate to tell you but all four wheels do pull. They come locked front and back. You can run just 4wd, open in the front and L/S out back, open up front and locked out back, or locked front and back.

or we could go all the way back to the real powerwagons, we use this one for hunting and have another one that we are fixing.
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Nice whats better on gas?
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Nice whats better on gas?
neither. I'm getting about 11 city in the PW. Haven't got a chance to see what it actually gets on the highway. It says 13.5 @ 75 MPH when I let the truck calculate it. The Ranger gets somewhere in the 11-15 range.
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Both are looking good... those Power Wagons are pretty cool!
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Where is the winch switch on the PW's?
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Im loving the power wagon.
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Where is the winch switch on the PW's?

It has a remote on a 15' cord that you plug in to the front of the winch
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If only they could make the new Power Wagon the same as the old.
I'm old enough to have driven the original.
It could pull an eight bottom plow across a field.
It was a true 4WD , all four wheels pulled.Stock from the factory.
When it got stuck it took two tractors to pull it out.If you were lucky.
Using the Power Wagon badge on a new truck now days is an insult to the real trucks that once were.
I think Dodge did the Power Wagon name justice. Except it's a truck instead of a wagon.
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SOOOO Sexy both of em
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Dodge needs to make the power wagon with the diesel. Drives me insane! Get rid of the front winch, I don't care.

That truck is badass, I hadn't seen one in that much detail before. /jealous
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neither. I'm getting about 11 city in the PW. Haven't got a chance to see what it actually gets on the highway. It says 13.5 @ 75 MPH when I let the truck calculate it. The Ranger gets somewhere in the 11-15 range.
If its anything like my truck you're at 11 on the highway too, my computer always says 2-3mpg higher than it really is
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Nice pair of vehicles.
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Dodge needs to make the power wagon with the diesel. Drives me insane! Get rid of the front winch, I don't care.

That truck is badass, I hadn't seen one in that much detail before. /jealous
X2 Completely on both statements. (Although I do like the winch.)

They shouldn't have just used the Hemi. Although I think I read somewhere that they did that because they did not want to have any warranty issues with breaking the e-lockers with the tq from the diesel.

They run 3500 axles on those correct? I know the trucks itself are 2500's only.
They just beefed up the axles for the powerwagons.

Either way...I want one.
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If its anything like my truck you're at 11 on the highway too, my computer always says 2-3mpg higher than it really is
My old one was way off but this one seems to be about right. Cause it says my average mpg is 11 mpg right now and my last two tanks were 10.7 & 11.2.
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Dodge needs to make the power wagon with the diesel. Drives me insane! Get rid of the front winch, I don't care.

That truck is badass, I hadn't seen one in that much detail before. /jealous
Even if they had a diesel option I wouldn't of got it. New diesels have done nothing except put me in the shop & the price of everything for them is crazy. Oil changes, price of diesel, everything. I don't tow on a regular basis to have to deal with it.

But they said the weight of the cummins was too much & would hurt the offroad ability. They make a kit to move the intercooler out of the way so you can put a winch back there.
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Even if they had a diesel option I wouldn't of got it. New diesels have done nothing except put me in the shop & the price of everything for them is crazy. Oil changes, price of diesel, everything. I don't tow on a regular basis to have to deal with it.

But they said the weight of the cummins was too much & would hurt the offroad ability. They make a kit to move the intercooler out of the way so you can put a winch back there.
I use to run synthetic in my Acura and chevy, so an oil change costs about the same for me. And that's what egr/DPF delete kits are for


That makes sense, it's a heavy bitch. And that's good to know, I guess it would be the same as that truck?
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