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Posts posted by Sybil

  1. 4 hours ago, McCloud said:

    Is that setup for your rear lights custom made? I like that look, would like that with the Cuda grill.

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    No I ordered it but can't remember from where. Google it. If you can't find it Ill try and find my receipt. I was going to replace the rear with the later model tailights but people were wanting outrageous prices and new forget it. You can get the the front and rear I think it's called "Mr. Norms" conversion. I'm not trying to make a 'Cuda' just not fond of the long light bar.

  2. 13 hours ago, Goehner said:

    Looks good. I can't drive anything without tinted windows though.

    They actually are ,they are at the maximum legal limit for Illinois.  Many go darker but State Trooper love pulling over for tint violations. It's not worth the hassle anymore.

  3. 3 hours ago, us1champ said:

    No. Same up down in and out. Just now they are power.

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    I don't get that. Our 2011 1500 Ram has a real tilt. The wheel and the tilt was the only two things I disliked on this car. Fixed the wheel.

  4. Update: The wheel is the same and bolt. The hub was wobbling in the center a tad. Guessing since it came off a 300 a heavy person used the wheel as a crutch to get in and out and caused it to open up the hole . Rather than send it back and risk it again and I hate the factory wheel we fixed it ourselves by drilling some holes around the perimeter and injecting epoxy in and just building up the whole area front and rear  pretty thick. It's probably 3 or 4 time stronger than the factory wheel new. Pretty cheaply made by the factory. It's a very soft cast aluminum with a center splined hub press fitted in not much meat holding it in. Had some epoxy here so it just cost time. Really wasn't the guys fault who does these but now he knows to closely check his cores he is using. Will be getting a discount on the Ram wheel but will send him our core. Still cheaper than a Hellcat wheel by about $300 and the time it would have taken to do some soldering to make the steering wheel controls work.

  5. Wheel is cool but have a sight issue. Has a little play about 1mm top to bottom side to side. The core is off an 05 300. They look exactly the same but either the taper in the wheel bolt is different or both. Ordered a new 05 300 bolt. If that doesn't take up the slack they will have to customize the challenger core.


    It's always something....lol