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Old 11-29-2012, 04:27 PM
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Changed the oil and full flow filter today. 8 quarts of 0-20 Amsoil Signature Series and a new Wix filter.
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Changed the oil and full flow filter today. 8 quarts of 0-20 Amsoil Signature Series and a new Wix filter.
8 quarts? Do you have a deep oil pan?

You should get into contact with Bighemi04. He is an amsoil dealer and can hook you up with your next purchase.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:25 PM
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8 quarts? Do you have a deep oil pan?

You should get into contact with Bighemi04. He is an amsoil dealer and can hook you up with your next purchase.
Not a deeper pan, I have a bypass filter on my ram. The lines for the remote filter setup and the bypass filter bring the total oil capacity to almost 9 quarts. If I only change the full flow filter the (like today) it takes a bit over 8 quarts.

Thanks for the info about Bighemi04 but I'm actually a dealer myself.
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Added an Accel Mopar ignition pack and installed a Spectre CAI.
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Old 11-29-2012, 09:25 PM
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Not a deeper pan, I have a bypass filter on my ram. The lines for the remote filter setup and the bypass filter bring the total oil capacity to almost 9 quarts. If I only change the full flow filter the (like today) it takes a bit over 8 quarts.

Thanks for the info about Bighemi04 but I'm actually a dealer myself.
That sounds like a nice set up!

And no problem, I thought that you might be
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I finished up my Fall polishing, well almost as I still have the tailgate and tonneau cover top to do.
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Old 11-30-2012, 09:16 AM
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Thanks, it works great. I have to write up the install and post it; I took the pics when I did it but haven't managed to write it up yet.
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Since I have the black on black look and the truck had a set of the Mopar chrome nerf's....I was going to buy a new set of nerfs. That would have been $200 - 600. For $12 dollars and a few hours time (mostly spent waiting to dry between coats, I have black nerfs. Gotta love chemistry and ingenuity.






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My apartment manager decided that it was time to do the yard maintenance, & i had collected a passel of bugs on a trip across the desert, tonight it is suppose to sprinkle & that always makes a mess, a layer of heavy dust & a sprinkling of rain will do that.
So i took my Ram to a coin car wash & gave it a through exterior cleaning
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