Post a Pic of Your Ram in its Spot

Discussion in 'Garage' started by HemiBabe, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. olyelr

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    Power wagon is my “daily driver”, while the half ton is my work truck.

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    Thanks to the container store can now get both my Ram 2500 CTD and my wife's diesel Jeep in the garage.

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    Nice big garage you've got to fit both those beasts in there.
     
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    Meh, I wouldnt say BIG, but its better than some. Its 30' wide and 26' deep, with a 16x8 door and a 8x8 door. I would much rather have two 10' wide doors in place of these two. The small door is basically for a golf cart (I could fit my Jeep in there, but not a full size rig). My wife's Denali XL is usually where the half ton is in that pic (poor work truck is normally outside).
     
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    A cold n wet night for the WhytRam

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    Here's is my baby

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    I would've thought it would've been the other way around. Power Wagon for work, half ton for DD.
     
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    Well, my “work truck” gets about 20k miles a year toting nothing but a back seat full of tools and some shovels and stuff in the bed. It basically is my dd.

    The power wagon is my dream/play toy that tows our camper around in the summer.
     
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