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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?
Then you have warranty issues when you do the dpf delete. What would be the same
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Nice vehicles. Love that power wagon... Needs a new exhaust though!!
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Then you have warranty issues when you do the dpf delete. What would be the same
Well yea. But under warranty it's not your problem.

The mounting hardware would probably fit my truck for the winch.
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that truck is amazing. Back when i was thinking of letting the ranger before( when am I not) I looked at an 07 I think it was power wagon. even in the previous body style it was a badass rig.
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Well yea. But under warranty it's not your problem.

The mounting hardware would probably fit my truck for the winch.
I dont know for sure but I think so. I've never really looked into the kit I just heard about it
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that truck is amazing. Back when i was thinking of letting the ranger before( when am I not) I looked at an 07 I think it was power wagon. even in the previous body style it was a badass rig.
Yup. And they are hard to find no matter what year you looking for
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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.

They have 1 ton axle shafts in the rear.

Also found out they have internal beadlock wheels and a beefed up frame compared to other HD's

other things like softer coils for better articulation, different leaf springs for better flexing, thicker diff covers
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Yea, so basicly they're badass. lol

I'll take 3.
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