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sweet :head: :worship: , i think ive seen that dodge somewhere. Do you plan on bagging the front of yours??
 

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E.M.D. said:
The trucks look awesome. :rocking: Hows the 02? You guys have any plans for it?
Hey Brandon, The only plans I have for now is paint the mirrors and maybe put a roll pan if I can mount a hidden hitch without it interfering with the air tanks. I changed the front shock mounts and installed the Hal shocks and that solved all the problems with the shocks. I added switches in the dash for the bags and installed a Ride Pro E. I'm having trouble with the ride height on startup feature, but have been talking to Darin at RidePro to try to resoulve this problem. The truck is doing great so far. I'm going to try to post a picture of the indash switches.



 

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Wow, I like that :rocking: .. how did you get the switches in there? Those look like Air Ride switches, but are they shorter ones? I'm thinking of moving my switches cause where they are mounted is not real secure and if you push too hard it flexes, plus there's not a lot of room to run wires up the pillar posts .. can you give me any details?

 

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Wow, I like that :rocking: .. how did you get the switches in there? Those look like Air Ride switches, but are they shorter ones? I'm thinking of moving my switches cause where they are mounted is not real secure and if you push too hard it flexes, plus there's not a lot of room to run wires up the pillar posts .. can you give me any details?

The switches are mounted on a plate that is mounted with 3m double sided tape and then sandwiched in place with the front bezel. The switches are from gauge on-line store and are a little smaller than the ride pro switches. They are also illuminated which makes it easier to see at night.
 

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The switches are mounted on a plate that is mounted with 3m double sided tape and then sandwiched in place with the front bezel. The switches are from gauge on-line store and are a little smaller than the ride pro switches. They are also illuminated which makes it easier to see at night.
Thanks, could you tell me if these are them?

http://store.gaugemagazine.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1867

It says they are Autoloc switches, went to Autoloc and they were more money there ... if that's them I might order me a set soon, I really really like they way yours looks :rocking: Oh, and did the air ride wiring harness plug right into them or did you have to modify it.

Oh, and what plate are the mounted to, is it metal or abs plastic? Appreciate it.
 

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Yes, those are the switches. I made a plate out of a piece of black plastic I had. They are wired straight to the valves. The RidePro is wired up to the valves also.
 

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Glad to see some new pics! The KP is definately getting your truck low out back. The front end used to look completely slammed and now it looks up in the air, go figure :crazy:

Brandon's old truck looks great too :head: Dodge isn't bad either ;)
 

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bcubed said:
Wow, I like that :rocking: .. how did you get the switches in there? Those look like Air Ride switches, but are they shorter ones? I'm thinking of moving my switches cause where they are mounted is not real secure and if you push too hard it flexes, plus there's not a lot of room to run wires up the pillar posts .. can you give me any details?

Looks like somebody needs to clean their rearview mirror :D
 

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Hey Brandon, The only plans I have for now is paint the mirrors and maybe put a roll pan if I can mount a hidden hitch without it interfering with the air tanks. I changed the front shock mounts and installed the Hal shocks and that solved all the problems with the shocks. I added switches in the dash for the bags and installed a Ride Pro E. I'm having trouble with the ride height on startup feature, but have been talking to Darin at RidePro to try to resoulve this problem. The truck is doing great so far. I'm going to try to post a picture of the indash switches.



Sounds good. I dont think a hidden hitch will fix in there, but I am not 100% sure. Did you put the hitch back on? If so have you towed and how does it tow? Im glad you got the shocks fixed. Those are very sweet shocks. The dash switches look great. If I kept the truck I was going to do indash switches and Ride Pros also.

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Sounds good. I dont think a hidden hitch will fix in there, but I am not 100% sure. Did you put the hitch back on? If so have you towed and how does it tow? Im glad you got the shocks fixed. Those are very sweet shocks. The dash switches look great. If I kept the truck I was going to do indash switches and Ride Pros also.

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What did you have in it, a switchbox?
 
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