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WTT 05 Dodge 3500 for 05+ Tacoma

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by Rzachs, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Mar 15, 2012 at 9:07 PM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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    WTT 05 Dodge 3500 for 05+ Tacoma, 4door long bed auto.

    • Item ID: 270934231127
    • ZIP Code: 98841
    • Price: $28000.00
    • Description: 2005 dodge 3500 SLT SRW LongBed.

      Engine: just under 185,XXX miles
      5.9L CTD-Dyno's at +/- 550HP
      Smarty SR TNT-R ($500-2008)
      Quadzilla Boost Fooler ($75-2011)
      DDP 50HP Nozzles ($900-2010)
      Industrial Injection CP3 Stage 1 Bag of Parts ($275-April/2011)
      Industrial Injection Silver PhatShaft 62/74-14 ($1795.00-Jan/2011)
      PDI 2 Piece Exhaust Manifold ($400-May/2008)
      S&B Intake Horn ($250-March/2011)
      S&B Intake ($250-2010)
      AirDog AD100 with 1/2" line_2micron Fuel Filter and Water Separator Filter ($450-2010)
      5" Turbo Back Exhaust ($400-Feb/2011)
      51"x5" Donaldson Muffler ($150-Oct/2011)
      nothing wrong with motor, runs strong! i have a video i just took, no blowby. rings are good, no smoke, only when cold as it is normal. it was in high-idle in the video so it sounds wierd to a non dodge owner.

      Transmission:
      NV5600 6spd.
      South Bend 3250 Dual Disk Clutch ($1035-Feb/2011)
      South Bend Upgraded Heavy Duty Hydraulics ($267-April/2011)
      shifts smooth, just have to learn how to adjust to the hydraulics and new clutch if you are not familiar with it. pulls great, wont slip!

      Suspension:
      Bilstein 5100's plus 2" in front($150-Dec/2011)
      Bilstein 5100's in rear ($150-Dec/2011)
      Procomp 2" level kit_thick cast, not rubber type. ($150-Feb/2008)
      35" tires 305/75-17 BFG T/A K/O A/T tires 60-70% left, along ways to go ($1200-Jan/2011)

      Interior:
      Cloth Tan
      Husky Floor Liners, fronts and rear. they are awesome ($150-Dec/2011)
      JVC AVX-44 DVD/CD/MP3 Head Unit with back up camera ($500-Jun/2007)
      JVC 6 1/4" and 6"x9" door speakers (2007)
      Boss 2000x2 for woofer_also hooked up to switch to shut off (2007)
      Boss 500x4 for doors(2007)
      Isspro Gauges;Boost, Fuel PSI, Pyrometer. mounted on A-Pillar(2007)
      Magellan 7" touch GPS Roadmate 1700 ($150-Dec/2011)
      XM/Sirius radio_upgraded to newer unit ($50-Feb/2012)
      Suede Doors done back in 2007, faded from sun.
      afew stains on carpet, seats dont have tears i dont believe.
      non smoker/drug free
      back seats have been modified to flip down but do not effect safety

      Exterior:
      De-badged
      Custom Flatbed done by T/Rex Tech in Athol, ID ($6000)
      flatbed is built like a tank, two 8' rolled Aluminum Ramps that hold 4000lbs that stow away in flatbed. each side rail equals to about 60lbs. nearly 8' wide when rails are up. there are only 5 others like it. all LED lights, four round 4" 100w, 2 for back ups and 2 for work lights.
      Custom Steps to match Flatbed headache rack_Currently being made ($500)
      grill painted black with bedcoating
      White OEM Bug Deflector
      normal wear on front fenders with oversized tires in the country with dirt/gravel roads.
      some chips on front bumper from brush and livestock.
      small dent in passenger door. other than that, thats it.

      im sure im forgetting something. i am looking around to get into something smaller, i am starting to loose interest in diesels. they are fun and great work rigs but i just dont haul anymore and can get into something smaller with no loss. fuel mileiage is around 19HWY and 15City. KBB is at $20,000 for good, at excellent its $21k. i am asking $28,000 with everything done to the truck. i have clean title in hand, prefer the same with trade. great tow truck, lots of power and throw an S480 and 120's under it it will be even better.(of course with other modifications to supply)

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  2. Mar 15, 2012 at 10:31 PM
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    Keatstaco20

    Keatstaco20 Well-Known Member

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    08 access cab debadged lifted
    Fox resi coilivers, rear fox piggys, allpro u bolt flip kit, allpro 3 leaf add a leaf, bhlm, 6000k hid, noyka 2500 yellow fog, black grill/emblem, custom trd decals, magnaflow exhaust, k&n cai, alpine deck plus 12in jl audio 12w3
    Man I miss my Dodge glws
     
  3. Mar 16, 2012 at 7:28 AM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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    yeah i know what you mean. i miss my toyota's, had a few in high school. had this truck since 07 but with prices of fuel near 4.50 here locally and a family starting. id rather shift back to toyotas and still be able to have a truck and hunt and drive in the woods all the time without killing the wallet.
     
  4. Mar 16, 2012 at 4:00 PM
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    05RedTaco

    05RedTaco Nom Nom Nom

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    Shortened antenna, ebay Intake, JBA long tube headers, 2nd set of cats cut out and straight piped, 14" Magnaflow muffler dumped before axle, relocated rear diff breather, Avid off road front bumper. Bilstein 5100's front and rear, OME 885x coils, Light Racing UCA's, 2" Toytec AAL, Hella 700ff lights, Falken Rocky Mountain AT/S 265/75/16 Load E 10ply, Blu Logic handsfree
    Unless you get 4banger, you will be same mpg wise! I get 14-15 city, maybe 17-18hwy with my 4.0L v6, when I tow its like 11mpg...lol
     
  5. Mar 17, 2012 at 6:57 AM
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    swatjoe592

    swatjoe592 Beware the Puma...

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    20" gangsta wheels, baby seat
    Agreed. My 05 sucks gas (17 on highway, maybe 15 in city), and thats with a K&N. I love the truck, but traded an 01 Expedition for it. In hindsight, I would have kept the Expedition. Oh well, my kid will be driving soon, so...

    My wife fully expects me to just show up with a F-150 any day now.
     
  6. Mar 17, 2012 at 12:17 PM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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    im still thinking it'll be better to have the smaller truck. i hate driving my diesel a 1 1/2 miles down the road and park it
     
  7. Mar 20, 2012 at 7:40 AM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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  8. Mar 20, 2012 at 8:31 PM
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    Raymond

    Raymond Well-Known Member

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    damn nice truck .. i would trade you. but u probably dont want an access cab
     
  9. Mar 21, 2012 at 7:25 AM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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    no sorry, need to fit a car seat also. im considering on keeping this and getting an older SAS 4runner.
     
  10. Mar 21, 2012 at 9:59 AM
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    BAMFTACO

    BAMFTACO Pabst Blue Ribbon on ice

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    Lift- stock suspension with light racing uppers,tc coil bucket gusset, timbern bumps ,defined extended shackles with shackle brace. Armor- custom tube bumper, kr fab rear bumper,trail gear wiy 78 in sliders Performance-intake manifold spacer, vibrant resonator Random stuff- kenwood head unit,b&m t shifter, hood bug deflector.
    I'd say keep that thing that truck is sweet And if you get a sas 4runner then you can use the dodge to tow it
     
  11. Mar 21, 2012 at 7:41 PM
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    Rzachs

    Rzachs [OP] Member

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    i want a road worthy one and make it a daily but a weekend warrior. i need a new work truck. im tired of driving the diesel 2 miles and parking it all day and doing the same. i need to park it. it dosnt even get warm at all by the time i make it to work.
     
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