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06 Ram 3500

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Well fellas, I went out and bought me a 2006 Dodge Ram 3500 2wd dually the other day:hyper::hyper::hyper: I really like the truck, and I was wondering what kinda of mods do I need to do to it? I like the fact that y'all are very helpful with everything else and I want to say thanks in advance!:smart: Here are a few pics of her!post-10918-138698179346_thumb.jpg

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Congrats on your purchase!The first and most important thing to do is to change all the fluids and filters. The HPCR's are very picky about fuel filtration, but a Baldwin PF7977 in there and then think about adding additional filters. The best air filter is the OEM one. As for oil, well there are as many opinions on that as there are trucks!Mods depend on what you want to get out of the truck. Let us know what you want and we can go from there.

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Really depends on your power goal.350 rwhp? 400? 500? etc...I am very happy with my 400 rwhp, the way it drives empty and the way it tows is amazing.. thou my list of mods isn't short.. You can see it by clicking the link in my sig.

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Well fellas I did something really stupid!!!! I heard a chirping from the right front wheel, talked to a couple of mechanics and we all agreed that it would be a hub assembly going bad! So I ordered two new hubs from dodge, 2 brake rotors and a set of brake pads from oreillys. I tear it down an put all new parts on both front wheels, get it together and put the factory hub caps back on!!! That's when I found the actual problem, one of the clips is broke on the right simulator!!! So I spent about 1000 bucks for nothing really!!!! Feel like a total dumb@$$, but hey I have all new parts and wont have to worry for a while!!!

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