My 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 Off Road Edition
My RigRater Score: 910 RRv1.0 with a BOA of 18.66!
Stock to Lifted in Pictures
Offroad Pictures of my Dodge
Tech Page on 1 Ton Axle Swap Tech Page on my APS Transmission
Dodge Vendors List and Info General Dodge 4x4 Tech / F.A.Q.
Below is a list of all of the modifications
I have made to my truck. I try to keep this list
up to date and accurate, however there may be some things not listed. Check back
often for more pictures and info, and check out my other Dodge related pages for more
detailed information on things I have done and for more pictures.
Thanks to Crow for making the above cartoon!
360 ci, 5.9 liter Magnum V8
PIAA 520SMR 6 inch 55W driving lights
APS Precision built 46RE and Bracket Fighter torque converter
Rockford Fosgate 9300 CD/MP3
10 inch Full Throttle 1/2 ton coil
Road Armor stealth series bumper
DSS steering brace
Tires and Wheels
Warn XD9000i electric winch
39.5x18.5x16.5 Boggers and 42x15x16.5 TSL's on 12 inch wide wheels
17x10 Weld Racing Cheyenne 5 forged aluminum wheels
38x15.50r17 Super Swamper SSR Radials, 10 ply
Have also had 35 inch MT/Rs and 35 inch Xterrains on 16x8 American Racing wheels,
and 37x12.50r17 Goodyear MT/R's on my 17x10 Weld wheels
Dual 2.5 ton steering Rockwell axles
Ouverson Super 8 hubs with disc brakes
ARB air lockers front and rear
King 2.5 16-inch coilovers front and rear
Trailready beadlock wheels
42 inch Iroks (most likely)
12,000 pound Milemarker hydraulic winch
Here are a few offroad pics. To see more, visit my Offroad Picture Page.
bought this truck barely used a few days before September 11th, 2001. I
wanted a full size Dodge so I traded in my Dakota for this. At the time of purchase,
I did not even know "why" my Dodge sat up taller than most. I saw the Off Road sticker
on the back but had no idea what that meant. In the last few years, I have learned most of
what there is to know about Dodge trucks thanks to various forums and websites.
I also want to thank "The Beast" at Lockitup Offroad for building my axles and then
driving 10 hours up to my house to help install them. He saved me a ton of money
and is an awesome guy to hang out with. He has a 4x4 site and his club is probably
one of the most hardcore of any clubs out there. They have a discussion board as well.
I am proud to say that I have built this truck myself, not paid a shop to do it all. I have to
thank my friend Justin for always putting up with me and my desire to always change up
something on my Dodge. If it was not for Justin, this truck would not be what it is today.
Once we get some good pictures, I will be making a page about his truck as well.
Justin's Truck with new 37 inch SSR's
Click Here For The Evolution of my Truck
Click Here For Some Offroad Pictures
Last updated: February 09, 2007