This truck is amazing ,as is ,out of the box from the factory. From photos I've seen, the workers on the assembly seem proud to be part of this very special vehicle project.The only thing it needs is good back dirt road.
This is only my opinion.
My first mod was done before I left the Dealer. I had the Dealer debadge it and Simonize it. I left the R A M on the tailgate and had the Rebel, 4x4, Ram 1500 and Hemi badges all removed. It gives it a nice clean look.
I think the Dealer was still shocked that I had them remove the Rebel badge. They asked me a couple times about removing it. Like I said to them, I know what the truck is, I don't care if the guy behind me does or not.....
Tomorrow, 1:00 pm est. appointment with the tint shop. 20% on the front windows, limo everywhere else except the windshield. That will get a limo stripe just above my eye level. No arch for me. Pictures to follow.
While my Rebel won the battle with the sign, it was not without injury. No cracks, just scrape. Considering it's a different color than the body, I don't know there is a specific touch up paint. Maybe Rustoleum Trim and Bumper Paint? Suggestions?
Looking to paint the tow hooks and RAM letters Flame Red to match the truck and the front skid plate just black to match the rest of the bumper. Looking to see what paint people used, was it just plasti dip or did you use something different? As well same question on Primer.
Converting the front end to 2500 equipment and keeping the Rebel Bumper!
OEM Powe Wagon Grile and a 2500 hood. Hood due to arrive tomorrow and will be painted next week. Here is a photo of the grille mock up.
Factory hood will be sold and the factory Rebel grille is going to a buddies 16...