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  • #11
    Re: Sweet Truck

    E85 is crap. It's actually extremely inefficient. It takes more energy to make it than it provides, and it hasn't even made a dent in oil consumption. All it succeeded in doing was driving up corn prices. Making fuel from hemp is the best alternative to oil that I've seen yet, but it's illegal to do that in the US, so they will continue to try to pass off these inefficient/harmful psuedo-"solutions" to the ignorant American public.

    Anyway, congratulations on the purchase!
    You suck at life.

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    • #12
      Re: Sweet Truck

      Thanks i will try to post pics. I have been driving it every chance i get and love it a lot. Now i want to get a bedliner for it. I think Mopar is the only company that sells bedliners for beds with the ramboxes. I wonder if i can install something on my own?
      Hayastan or Bust.

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      • #13
        Re: Sweet Truck

        Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
        Thanks i will try to post pics. I have been driving it every chance i get and love it a lot. Now i want to get a bedliner for it. I think Mopar is the only company that sells bedliners for beds with the ramboxes. I wonder if i can install something on my own?
        You probably can get something on your own but if the Mopar liner is precut to drop into your truck bed, then I wouldn't bother.
        "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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        • #14
          Re: Sweet Truck

          Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
          Thanks i will try to post pics. I have been driving it every chance i get and love it a lot. Now i want to get a bedliner for it. I think Mopar is the only company that sells bedliners for beds with the ramboxes. I wonder if i can install something on my own?
          Congrats on the new truck. I love my 97 RAM 1500 and still going strong. Women love the Dodge style.

          I suggest you get the Rino linning (spray on) for your bed, you will love it. Your bed will never collect water (rust) or change shape in the long run (heat/cold).
          Also install extrahooks (if you like) on the bed before getting the linning.
          B0zkurt Hunter

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          • #15
            Re: Sweet Truck

            The truck has adjustable hooks installed already and i think they gota take them off to put in a liner. I think i am gona go with a mopar liner since it is custommade for the rambox bed and i can get 35% discount on it. It is good to know that so many people love this truck and i hope it will last a long time for me.
            Hayastan or Bust.

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            • #16
              Re: Sweet Truck

              I went with the Mopar plastic liner. Got a good price on it since my buddy is a chrysler engineer. It will be in next week and ill go get it installed. I think ill wait tille its all done then give it a good wash then take pictures and post them here. The rhino liner is not available around here and i dont feel like driving too far to get it plus wouldnt the plastic look better?
              Hayastan or Bust.

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              • #17
                Re: Sweet Truck

                Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                I went with the Mopar plastic liner. Got a good price on it since my buddy is a chrysler engineer. It will be in next week and ill go get it installed. I think ill wait tille its all done then give it a good wash then take pictures and post them here. The rhino liner is not available around here and i dont feel like driving too far to get it plus wouldnt the plastic look better?
                Sounds like you are getting a good deal. Rino linnings are expensive but they give you a better protection and last longer. It is also sprayed on like paint. I don't have the rino but I have heard good things about it. You probably better off with Mopar line (that is what I have).





                http://www.bristolrhinolinings.com/photo_gallery.html#
                B0zkurt Hunter

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                • #18
                  Re: Sweet Truck

                  That last pic reminds me of my uneventful hunting season last year. I hope to put something with lotsa meat on it in the bed of my truck this year.
                  Hayastan or Bust.

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                  • #19
                    Re: Sweet Truck

                    The plastic bed insert sounds like its a lot cleaner and easier to do and you can always get a new one later!

                    If I ever get around to ripping out the interior of my jeep, I was planning to Herculine it. But now that I'm back in CA, rust and mud is something I rarely have to worry about.
                    this post = teh win.

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                    • #20
                      Re: Sweet Truck

                      With my accounting class out of the way i am enjoying my truck like i had hoped. I throw anything and everything into the bed and the liner is pretty impressive-it wont scratch or dent and things dont seem to slide around too much on it. Overall it is very usefull and fun to drive. I get a crowd gathering around it when i take it to work. The one big drawback is the gas mileage. It is worst then i thought it would be. Its a good thing it has a big gas tank cause it needs every last drop.
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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