New Wagon Owner

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New Wagon Owner

Post by Karmageddon » Fri Dec 06, 2019 4:04 pm

Hello just recently traded in my '14 Ram 2500 Tradesman for a new to me '18 Power Wagon. So far with it snowing so much here in northern NY I haven't had much time to play with it much. One thing I really do not like is the ESP..... I like playing a bit in the snow and that is a real big hindrance. Other then that I am really loving my Wagon.
The cool thing about my Wagon is that it is the only blue one in my area :D

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Re: New Wagon Owner

Post by Retired BLM Rig » Sun Dec 08, 2019 11:34 am

Welcome to the forum & congrats on the new truck!
Try pulling fuse F06 to improve your snow play. If you like the results, you might consider one of these. :spam:

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Re: New Wagon Owner

Post by Mule007 » Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:23 pm

Welcome to the forum, Enjoy 🌞👍 !!
2005 Mineral Gray PW; #0666; Laramie interior scheme extras & finishes.
Additions: Frame mounted .188 DOM 3" steel rock rails w/low profile steps; 1.5” Skyjacker suspension leveling kit; Bully Dog GT Platinum SRT-10 A-pillar pod mount programmable performance chip, monitor, tuner; Linex Platinum black armor truck bed & lower rock panel armor coating; Range Rider cab high fiberglass canopy; 2” Linex brush guard light bar w/ 4-KC Rally 400 Series 4” Halogen off road lights; S&B CAI; Flowmaster American Thunder cat back dual exhaust to rear; Remote start; Hopkins Trailer Mate trailer brake controller; Bearcat Pro 68XL CB radio; Mopar black accent fender flares; power wagon winch kit & remote control; Tools: 60” Extreme High Lift; hand tools, tow straps, shackles, chains, cables, off road rigging, 4 wheel bad weather tire chains, spare water & rear wheel well “shadow” 5 gallon narrow military gas cans.
Updates: Open Range All Terrain 35 x 12.5 x 17 MP3 10 ply E tires; 60,000 mi. warranty; McQuay-Norris Extreme ball joints (upper & lower); 1 ton HEMI transmission cooler; new OEM radiator; front & drive U-joints; 180 amp alternator, Interstate Mega-tron 850 CCA HD battery; new water pump & serpentine belt; new Bilstein 5100 shocks & steering damper.

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Re: New Wagon Owner

Post by RustyPW » Sun Dec 08, 2019 2:52 pm

Welcome to the forum. :mrgreen:

Welcome to the world of computer nannies. :(

PWOC #53

My build thread. viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2826 :cash: :cash:

Moab '10, '12, '14.
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Re: New Wagon Owner

Post by Bill2014 » Mon Dec 09, 2019 9:45 am

Welcome to the Group! :cheers:

There's about 10 different Power Wagons that roam my area... several are white, there's a yellow one, there's a blue one... A guy that lives about 1/2 mile away has a 2013. My ram dealer, a few miles away, still has his that came in on the tractor trailer with mine :D
2014 Power Wagon Laramie
Titan V5 2.5" Receiver Pintle Hook
Warn wireless winch controller
.188" DOM White Knuckle Rock Sliders
Locker Bypass & Nanny Kill Switch

Moab 2006

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