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  • cascadian
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    Originally posted by AEV Dave View Post

    The 3500 chassis cab is kind of a hybrid between standard pickup (axles, suspension, front 1/2 of frame) and the 4500/5500 (rear 1/2 of frame, fuel system, engine calibrations)

    The short answer is you should be able to use all of the 3500 stuff on that truck now (wheels, flares, hood, Raised Intake, bumper, and suspension*).

    *If you have the DRW 3500, you'll need to make your own rear Ubolts, though we are working on a kit for that. IF you have the SRW, the Ubolts will work as is. I say all this not having done it, but empirically.

    dh
    Hi Dave,

    Now that you've done it to a chassis cab, does this hold true? "It's all good but the ubolts?"

    Thanks,
    Josh

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  • danh
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    AEV built 2015 Prospector Ram 3500

    Have had my AEV built Prospector for awhile now. Was just antelope hunting in Montana last weekend with it. Am always impressed by how it handles/rides as well as it looks! Was wet gumbo with sagebrush and lots of 2 track roads along with rock/scree. Handled it with ease and towed my 28ft bumper pull tow hauler down the highway as well.
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  • stunt man hans
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    any update on the 40" setup? and what parts i would need to make the transition from the 37" kit?

    also update on the intercooler skid, is one in the works?

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  • Ward
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    Thanks Dave.
    Ward

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  • AEV Dave
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    For the 13.5 and newer it will work for all 2500-5500.

    dh

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  • Ward
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    Will the Procal work for the Ram 5500?
    Ward

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  • AEV Dave
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    Do you have visibility you can share as to when the suspension and bumper will be available for a 2015 3500 6.7 Cummins 60"CA Chassis Cab?
    The 3500 chassis cab is kind of a hybrid between standard pickup (axles, suspension, front 1/2 of frame) and the 4500/5500 (rear 1/2 of frame, fuel system, engine calibrations)

    The short answer is you should be able to use all of the 3500 stuff on that truck now (wheels, flares, hood, Raised Intake, bumper, and suspension*).

    *If you have the DRW 3500, you'll need to make your own rear Ubolts, though we are working on a kit for that. IF you have the SRW, the Ubolts will work as is. I say all this not having done it, but empirically.

    dh

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  • cascadian
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    3500 Chassis Cab

    Hi Matt and Dave and AEV team,

    Do you have visibility you can share as to when the suspension and bumper will be available for a 2015 3500 6.7 Cummins 60"CA Chassis Cab?

    I'm hoping to build out my rig before winter and would prefer to use your goods.

    Thanks,
    J

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  • AEV Dave
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    The large fenders are on the way, the molds are being machined soon.

    dh

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  • billiebob
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    What happened to the original Ram concept with a highline system creating a low profile, state of the art Ram Truck.

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  • kb7our
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    Originally posted by Wapitihunter View Post
    procal included w/ lift, not available seperate yet I guess
    Thanks...soon to be available separately I hope! I really miss not having one for my truck after using one on my JKU for years.

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  • Wapitihunter
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    Originally posted by kb7our View Post
    Unless I missed it reading the RAM threads, any "hint" of Procal availability? We need this badly!!!
    procal included w/ lift, not available seperate yet I guess

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  • kb7our
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    Unless I missed it reading the RAM threads, any "hint" of Procal availability? We need this badly!!!

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  • Ben Hedrick
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    Originally posted by Born Again View Post
    Ben - how is the ride compared to the stock 2500? Do the new shocks do a better job of making the ride a little less harsh?
    I wish I could answer that, but I haven't driven a stock Ram 2500HD. I drive a 2500HD Chevy for now, and I can say the AEV Ram; drives A LOT better than my Chevy. And my Chevy is basically stock, minus the Rancho RS9000's. Not sure that helps, but...

    Ben

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  • Born Again
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    Originally posted by Ben Hedrick View Post
    Recently, I was fortunate enough in Moab to get to drive the silver AEV RAM with DH and let me tell you all, I WAS QUITE IMPRESSED!!!! The AEV RAM drove fantastic! It really drove and handle like a dream. To drive a RAM this big and have it handle so smoothly, although I was surprise, I guess knowing what all that AEV has put into this project, I guess I shouldn't have been surprised at all. And to see it in person, was much different than all the pictures that I had seen of it. I guess I'm going to end up with one of these AEV RAM's too... ...bout time for me to get a new tow rig anyway.

    Ben

    Ben - how is the ride compared to the stock 2500? Do the new shocks do a better job of making the ride a little less harsh?

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