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Panel Gap Comparison: Ram is best in full size trucks

Discussion in 'Dodge Ram Power Wagon' started by Overlander, Nov 21, 2020 at 12:54 PM.

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    Overlander Senior Member

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    This from the current issue of C&D. In theory, the tighter the gap the better the manufacturing process control. Ram scored really well. Check out how low Toyota is on the list.

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    Nice.

    Brings a whole new meaning to "mind the gap".
     
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    BWL Embrace the skeptisism

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    Fortunately for them they didn't measure mine during random sampling.
     
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    Best automaker VW group? :popcorn:
     
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    The Rambox would be an outlier. The gaps suck and are worse if the lid is warped.
     
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    I haver never seen a factory vehicle have as bad of fit/finish as the ramboxes are. They really are horrendous.
     
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    Should I not be getting ram boxes on the 2021? Or have they fixed them
     
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    Haven’t seen any 2021’s but they were bad on most of the 19’s and 20’s I looked at before I bought mine. Which is why I opted for a truck without them. I like the idea and alot of folks seem to love them though.
     
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    Trailmaker Locked and Loaded

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    I like the idea and the power supply inside but I went a different route. I think the PW owners are 50/50 on the boxes.

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