Just ordered a 22 PW Level 3 in white.

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Just placed an order for a 22 Wagon Level 3 in white today. Now the wait begins. Happy I can toss all of my Thuren goodies on it. I'll be going with 18 inch Methods wrapped in an unknown 35 12.5 tire. Haven't decided if I want to going with trail grapplers as I've had them before and loved them or change up to an AT of some kind. Kind of want to go toyo MT's just because you can get a 36 inch tire.
 

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Congratulations! I can't wait to see it. Did they attempt a completion time frame?
 
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nah. haven't got that information yet. he figured 2 to 3 months. I'll believe that when I see it.
 
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Nice. I’ll check it out. I do have a question though. What’s the absolute one thing I need to do to prolong the longevity of this truck/engine? I know on my wife’s new Durango r/t it’ll be a catch can.
 

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Nice. I’ll check it out. I do have a question though. What’s the absolute one thing I need to do to prolong the longevity of this truck/engine? I know on my wife’s new Durango r/t it’ll be a catch can.
Change oil early, like every 5000 miles max. the way the pvc valve is not really easy to do a catch can
 
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yeah I've heard its tough on the 6.4. I know the 5.7 on the wife's new Durango will benefit from one.
 
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I'm having a good ole time semi bashing the 4runner on their forum right now. Wife hated it and can't wait to get another durango R/T. I'm not saying the Durango is better. You can really compare them but the runner didn't have any of the girly things she wanted. cooled seats, auto lights, power liftgate, good stereo etc. these really aren't girly things but they are things my wife requires. I wanted her to have something that would be a bit better off-road but hell, we'll just take the power wagon for that.
 

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Look into the KM3s for tires. Sold as a 37 be lucky to land on 36. More like 35.75" when mounted and aired properly. Extremely functional in any and all terrain. The 13.5 was $150 cheaper per tire then the 12.5 wide. I still went 12.5 on 18x9 wheels.
I have 20k miles on the KM3 with 12 to 13/32 remaining.

6.4L catch can ?? What is this crazy talk?
By the time you get your new wagon I think I'll have something of interest. It's a replacement pcv valve that let's you attach a catch-can - super easy and very reversible. OE PCV Valve out, remove the two o-rings and the check valve then add those items to the new valve and reinstall into the intake. Then hook up catch-can. I have a few details to work out but I'll be looking for a couple guys to try it and offer feedback soon.
I have copper tubing on mine but it was pita. I'll have it so the copper tubing is only there for the ports to hook up rubber hose.
Here's a couple pics:
 

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oh no I had no intention of installing a catch can. just on the Durango. I can't wait to give my random orbital a break this next year. man black is a pain in the ass.
 
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