Well I got my in cabin air filter installed, that took all of 5 minutes, I can't beleive how easy that mod is, everyone should be doing it, when I finished I shot down to Buffalo to pick up my Auto Meter air pressure gauges, I'm going to put Air Ride switches from a heavy duty series, into the two openings I have on the panel below the radio, I just mounted the gauges on the piller for now to see if I like them, if not may have to fab something, look at that gauge cluster above the radio, in the pictures below my pillar mount, I started drooling when I saw it, only to find out it is installed in a concept truck called long hauler. So anyway, my hopes of getting my hands on that gauge cluster dashed, I had to settle for this, pillar mount, not sure if I like it, already missing my grab handle
This is long haul, 170 gallon fuel tank
Conversion of Class 5 Ram 5500 Crew Cab included adding fuel capacity for a total of 170 gallons
Chrysler wants to toughen-up the image of the Ram pickup.
This concept is called the Ram Long-Hauler and it is based on the Class 5 Ram 5500 Crew Cab.
But the modifications are extensive and the cabin has been converted into a Mega Cab passenger compartment complete with leather seats.
Fuel capacity has also been added - lots. Total capacity can now reach up to 170 gallons by means of a second frame-mounted fuel tank as well as a third, optional bed-mounted auxiliary tank. That means fueling up would cost up to around 750 dollars given current gas prices in the U.S.
Powering the Ram Long-Hauler is an inline six-cylinder 6.7 liter High Output Cummins Turbo Diesel engine with around 800 lb.-ft. of torque (1083 Nm). Transmission is a six-speed Aisin AS68RC automatic and the Ram Long-Hauler is a four-wheel-drive, of course.
Total load capacity is 37,500 GrossCombinedWeight
Rating (GCWR) - so that's quite an upgrade from a one-ton pickup.
The whole thing rides on a Kelderman air suspension and 19.5-inch Alcoa aluminum wheels.
Other amenities include Wi-Fi capability, a laptop storage area and a safe inside the cabin.
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