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Old 12-27-2004, 01:53 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a 2004.5 RAM 3500 4X4 DRW Long Box with Ride Rite Air helper model 2299 installed. So far I have received answers that they are no drilling required to the frame and they fit a 3500. But the 3500 can be single wheel or dual wheel and is there a difference.
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Does anyone have a 2004.5 RAM 3500 4X4 DRW Long Box with Ride Rite Air helper model 2299 installed. So far I have received answers that they are no drilling required to the frame and they fit a 3500. But the 3500 can be single wheel or dual wheel and is there a difference.
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Old 12-28-2004, 03:49 AM   #3
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Hi I just installed a set in the old Dodge 2500 the same bags less than 2hours for Me no drill except air line fill station next to licence plate.I have a well stocked shop,but I think any one with socket and hand tools will be able to complete the job there self, follow the instructions and do it! if any questions ask away.. John
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Old 12-29-2004, 04:48 AM   #4
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Aaron,
May I suggest you go to the following website and do a search on "air bags". There has been a lot of discussion about installing air bags on 3rd gen Dodges.

http://www.dieseltruckresource.com/

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Thanks for your input guys. 2 hours to install does not seem to bad.
I will do somemore research.
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I have them installed on my SRW and the Dually is the same. NO drilling except for the air hose if you put it outback. You may have to loosen the axel clamps but that still did not matter. 2hours is a good time for install unless you are like me and take 2.5hrs for one side and 30minutes for the other
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