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Old 12-28-2013, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by spoiler View Post
I'm happy to find a few ram guys with my stunted sense of humor…. just adding the word "frenched" to a conversation brings it right down to my level.

So if you shave the tail gate handle you install poppers/springs? Is that on a remote or hidden interior/exterior switch?

And when you shave the antenna is it relocated or just gone?

thanks for the info
I used the street scenes relocation kit as well, but I found the deezee tailgate assist was a must because when you have the handle on the outside you hold the tailgate up when you're opening it but when it's on the inside you can't hold it up and it just drops.

When I shaved the antennae I picked up a hidden antennae kit and installed it under the front dash cover then pulled the factory antennae and cable. This allowed me to physically delete the oem antennae without losing the ability to have am/fm capability. Not everyone needs it in these days, however I like the ability to listen to traffic and get news updates.
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