White95’s ‘22 Ram 2500 “Artax”

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Probably level the front end and be done.
I figured you'd want to pull the Unicorn far enough forward on the trailer to put a decent amount of tongue weight on the hitch. But will you really have that much leveling to do on it when it's gassed, fully loaded and ready to be under way? I also though you might have some weight in the bed too. You know, essential gear like tires, tools, extra shorts for your passenger...
 
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Why lift it when the truck is already like "Huh, what curb?"

So much fun..

I figured you'd want to pull the Unicorn far enough forward on the trailer to put a decent amount of tongue weight on the hitch. But will you really have that much leveling to do on it when it's gassed, fully loaded and ready to be under way? I also though you might have some weight in the bed too. You know, essential gear like tires, tools, extra shorts for your passenger...

:) The goal is to have an enclosed trailer to house most everything. The leveling kit was purely for aesthetic reasons to get rid of that forward rake. If it has an excessive amount of sag when loaded, I’ll research helper bags.
 

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Well, I tell ya, if there's anything you're lacking, it certainly isn't ambition!

For those of us that don't have the means, it sure is fun living through your eyes vicariously.
Thanks for the pics along the journey, the progress is exciting.
 

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Bought this in late November to replace Pegasus, the lowered F150 I had been driving around.

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The reason? I will be pulling the Unicorn cross country to different race tracks and wanted something that wouldn’t break a sweat doing so. Probably could’ve went with the Ecobust F150 but the cost was nearly the same for this truck so…

Here we are…
LOVE the Ram trucks! I’ve got a little silver 2012 regular cab Express 5.7 with 160k and not a single problem. Just do your diligence with maintenance and she’ll perform for ya! Love it in white also. Is that the 3.0 eco-diesel?
 

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Well, I tell ya, if there's anything you're lacking, it certainly isn't ambition!

For those of us that don't have the means, it sure is fun living through your eyes vicariously.
Thanks for the pics along the journey, the progress is exciting.

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Hard work and dedication to the cause pay off!! I’ve been blessed/cursed with a career that has copious amounts of overtime.

I’m just trying to enjoy it while I can! I will continue to keep you guys up to date :cool:

LOVE the Ram trucks! I’ve got a little silver 2012 regular cab Express 5.7 with 160k and not a single problem. Just do your diligence with maintenance and she’ll perform for ya! Love it in white also. Is that the 3.0 eco-diesel?

Right on! This is a 2500 with the Cummins turbo diesel.
 

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So…. White with black wheels is pretty much the theme here?! Great looking truck!
 

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