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Wanted to get others thoughts/ opinions on this rig.

*Price, condition, drivetrain, and aftermarket parts*

If truck was purchased it would pound pavement. 30 min to and from work and the around town driving with the occasional trip (4 hours up north)

Last BIG rig I bought was on impulse and it didn’t last but a few months before it was sold and I lost a few bucks on it. Trying to avoid this from happening again.

All feedback is appreciated. It’s been up for sale on numerous occasions and the lowest I’ve seen it was $23,000 (not sure why it’s back at $26.000)

Haven’t called or driven the vehicle

If this is posted in the wrong section please forgive me (feel free to move)... I haven’t been on the site for some years and I’m navigating via my phone


2006 Dodge Ram 2500 SLT quad cab.

5.9 diesel 4 x 4.

From Texas, it has never seen a Michigan winter.


153,526 miles.

12 inch Full Thottle lift kit with 10 inch springs, steering rods, track bar, heavy duty stabilizer links.

High steer knuckle built by Full Throttle.

40 inch Toyo open country tires.

Dodge 550 heavy duty steering box (you can steer this truck with one finger)

Banks intercooler and elbow.

Upgraded Borg Warner turbo with 304 stainless steel intake manifold.

5 inch exhaust with large exhaust tip.

Cold air intake.

Smarty Tune with tuner.

$6500 specially built transmission with alto clutch plates, billet input, intermediate and output shafts, triple disc precision torque converter, billet flywheel, Spin Tech Shorty locking hubs for the front axle, Dynatrac heavy duty ball joints.

Retractable runningboards that work off of door sensors.

Pioneer radio with navigation, satellite and Bluetooth.

Two stereo amps with a sub speakers and a custom-built sub box under rear seat.

Headache rack with LED lights.

Heavy duty tool box with a built in second fuel tank.

Custom front and rear bumpers with receivers.

Pillar gauges with transmission temperature, boost psi, and exhaust temperature.

Leather interior.

Heavy duty twin batteries.

Spray in bedliner with rubber mat.

Weather Tech floor mats and window visors.

Bushwacker Fender flares.

Fifth wheel hook up with trailer wire pins.

Tinted windows.

Heavy duty aluminum floor jack in toolbox.

Original transfer case has been rebuilt.

4:56 OEM gears in the front and rear axle with the AFE finned larger capacity differential covers with a sightglass.


Heavy duty leaf springs in the rear.

Power front driver seat, tilt steering and cruise control.


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Seems like a good price for a truck with as much as it has. Buying a truck like this from a dealer would cost so much more. Overall, it looks worth it. I'd go and meet the owner, and ask for a test drive or a ride. But you do you buddy.
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