Ford Raptor vs Ram Runner! - Head 2 Head Episode 14
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Mike Febbo and off-road racer
Joe Bacal head to the desert to pit the Ford Raptor against the Ram Runner.
Find out which high performance prerunner tames the tarmac and destroys the
dirt the best!
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Installation of a 6 inch lift from Top Gun Customz on a 2012 Dodge Ram 3500
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This is an installation video of a 6" Lift from Top Gun Customz, This is on
a 2012 Dodge Ram 3500.
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instructions for your specific lift.
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Lifted 2013 Ram 1500 Sport - Winnipeg MB - Leveling Kit, 35" Toyo Open Country M/T's
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Woking Man's Truck Upgrades - 3" Lift [S1 Ep.11-2]
Today on GearZ, its a real world, working man's truck where Stacey shows
you how to take a late model diesel pick up and make it better, stronger,
and tougher than it was before...and its something that can be done in the
span of one weekend without breaking the bank proving once again that you
can have a cool truck and still use it on the job.
Dodge Ram 1500 Changing out Ball Joints Shocks and Tie Rods
The lower ball joints on the 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 are pressed in and a bear
to remove. Save some coin and do it yourself. I found no help via the
internet and did it on my own. Thought it would be cool to share what I did
and maybe help some others. I think the dealership wants upwards of 700 to
a thousand bucks, but you can buy the full kit on ebay for $125 delivered
and do it yourself!
BILSTEIN Shock Shop - 5100 Series Ride Height Adjustable
Join Shane Casad in the BILSTEIN Shock Shop to learn about the features and
benefits of the 5100 Series Monotube Ride Height Adjustable Shock Absorber.
Designed for front coilover style pickup truck suspensions, multiple
snap-ring grooves in the shock body allow for different spring seat
positions, providing 0"-2.5" of front end lift, depending on application.
Provides increased wheel travel and improved handling! Like us at
✇ How To Replace or Install Front Shocks - Half Idiots Guide
How to replace front shocks (Quad Shocks) on a 1976 GMC K25 3/4 Ton 4x4
(4WD) Suburban. As an ongoing video series of auto / truck how to videos in
the restoration of this 76 suburban. In this video we will go through how
to remove the old worn out shocks and replace them with new Bilstein 5100
series shock absorbers.
You will Need:
You Will Need:
New Shocks for Your Specific Vehicle
Set of Sockets up to 15/16
Open End Wrenches up to 15/16
Metal Cutting Wheel
Flat Black Spray Paint
This video is not done by a professional mechanic.
This is a common man's experience in vehicle maintenance.
It is intended to help you and entertain you at the same time.
Step by Step directions:
1. Remove old shocks. First spray the upper and lower shock bolts with
WD-40 and let sit for 20-30 minutes. It may even be helpful to spray them a
day before a well. Our old shocks had been on there since circa 1980, so
they were a bit rusted on and seized up. Remove the top bolts first. Then
remove the bottom bolts.
2. You should be left with at top shock absorber mount. You need to remove
those pins, since the new Bilstein shocks come with bushings already
pressed into the top mounts. The back side of the shock hardware is a
15/16" hex head nut. The front side of the mounting hardware is also hexed
at 3/4" machined into the end of the pin past the bushing and up against
the frame. Put an open ended wrench on this 3/4" side and a breaker bar
with a deep reach 15/16" socket on the other side. Turn them opposite each
other to the left and this should loosen the pin. Remove the back side
15/16" top shock absorber pin nut. Remove the pin from the fram.
3. Clean the upper shock mount pin hole free from rust, dry and paint to
prevent further rust oxydation. Let dry.
4. Put the new shocks on starting with the upper mounts. We are using
Bilstein's 5100 series front shock absorbers for "Quad Shocks". Again, they
have the proper top bushings press into the top mounting holes, properly
spaced. Put the hex head nut on the back side of the frame onto the
threads of the upper mounting bolt. Hand tighten only. Repeat for the other
side of the rear axle on the vehicle or truck.
5. Line the bottom shock mount on the bottom shock bracket mounted on the
axle housing. In our case they did not initially line up as the bushing in
the bottom shock mount hole was too wide for the bottom bracket. You can
pound the bottom bracket a bit wider with a hammer, or force the shock into
place a bit with a hammer, but don't get too crazy with this or you'll
break the bracket or the shock. If needed, use a grinder to take a few
microns off the inside of the bottom bracket or the bushing in the shock...
again, take it easy with that. You don't want to take too much off either.
6. Once you are able to get the bottom mounting hole lined up with the
bottom shock bracket on the axle, put a new bottom bolt into the shock and
bracket. Bilstein will NOT provide a new one. We suggest going and getting
new bolts, washers and nuts. Place them in the bottom brackets and tighten.
7. Go back to the top mounting bolt, and snug the top bolt up on the back
side of the frame.
We are not affiliated with Bilstein nor WD-40 and were not paid by them nor
given any free products. Although that would be nice.
2013 Ram 1500 First Drive 0-60 MPH Test & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Ram 1500 Pick-up may look very similar
to last year's model but it has been significantly improved. Not only does
it get a new Pentastar V-6 that offers 18 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the
highway, but it also gets a first time ever pick-up option...an eight speed
transmission. Combine that with available air-suspention and the new Ram
has al lot to offer potential pick-up truck buyers. Check out this first
drive review as we test and review the the HEMI along with the Pentastar
and the Tradesman Ram pick-ups.
2013 RAM 1500 vs Ford F-150 Drag Race & Burnout Mega Pickup Mashup
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 Ram 1500 has a HEMI V8 that sounds like
God laughing. The 2013 Ford EcoBoost
has two less cylinders but two more turbos. So which of these American pickup is faster and which will do a better
burnout. We decided to find out over at TFLtruck. Starting next week on the
Fast Lane Truck we'll be pitting the Ford F-150 against the Ram 1500 and to
make this mega Mashup even more fun we'll throw the newest 2014 Toyota
Tundra into the mix. But for now in another fun and informative TFLcar
video, here's a sneak peak at what the boys are doing over at The Fast Lane
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The Ram 1500 Express [S5 Ep.8-1]
Two of the biggest complaints that people have about the new Car
manufacturers today, is that they don't build the cars and trucks people
want, and what they do build is too expensive. Well, never fear because
today on GEARZ, Stacey introduces the new Ram 1500 Express that has a 390
Hemi in a short bed, regular cab truck, and an price tag that will have you
rubbing your eyes and pinching yourself to see if it is true. Better yet,
there is a huge aftermarket out there to help you build a one of a kind
vehicle. In 1968, Plymouth stood the muscle car world on its ear with the
incredible Road Runner. In 2011,Mopar has done it again with the Ram 1500
Express...and GEARZ has the very first one... BEEP...BEEP!!!