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Old 10-26-2015, 09:35 AM   #43
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Be certain to calibrate your laser micrometer first, if you even have one. We're on to your shenanigans...
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Well, be sure the running boards are level on the truck first...

And, on Dodges--err, Rams,--weren't the boards called 'walking boards'?
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a little off topic
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You gotta keep those Ram fanboys in check bud. Otherwise they'll make all kinds of false claims to justify the ownership of their Italian truck.
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To get back on topic, as I may have already mentioned DRV has been phenomenal to work with. Very efficient on warranty work, even when doing it by myself and not near a dealer.
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I second that, even on my 10-yr-oldie...
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The Tradition line isn't built like the Mobile or Elite lines. Different frames, and a different level of finish. Tradition is more in the upscale LifeStyle, Montana, Cedar Creek, Pinnacle, Redwood area.
Most of the DRV Mobile Suite line and Elite line have heavy pin weights. Most start at #4500lb and go up from there. But that's the cost of Quartz counters, solid wood trim, 3-1/2" walls, box tube frames, etc.

The tradition does not compare to the Pinnacle.
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