Certified 2014 RAM 2500 4x4
Crew Cab Laramie Longhorn

Description

Memorized Settings Including: Audio, Door Mirror(s), Pedals, 2 Driver Seat Memory, Remote Engine Start, Remote Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Cruise Controls on Steering Wheel, Trailer Hitch, 4-wheel ABS Brakes, Front Ventilated Disc Brakes, 1st and 2nd Row Curtain Head Airbags, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbag, Navigation System with Voice Activation, uConnect w/Bluetooth Wireless Phone Connectivity, Digital Audio Input, Audio System Memory Card Slot, SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite Radio, Radio Data System,Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control, Total Number of Speakers: 10, Braking Assist, Power Adjustable Pedals,ABS and Driveline Traction Control, Stability Control, Privacy Glass: Deep, Polished Aluminum Rims, Wheel Diameter: 18, Wheel Width: 8, Front Fog/Driving Lights, Leather Steering Wheel Trim, Leather/Chrome Shift Knob Trim, Genuine Wood/Metal-look Dash Trim, Genuine Wood Door Trim, Leather Center Console Trim, Video Monitor Location: Front, Trip Computer, External Temperature Display, Tachometer, Manufacturer's 0-60mph Acceleration Time (seconds): 7.3, Auxilliary Transmission Cooler, Electrochromatic Auto-Dimming Mirrors, Power Remote w/Tilt Down Driver Mirror Adjustment, Heated Driver and Passenger Mirrors, Electrochromatic Rearview Mirror, Power Remote w/Tilt Down Passenger Mirror Adjustment, Power Retractable Mirrors, Dual Reverse Tilt Mirrors, Turn Signal in Mirrors, Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors, Compass, Driver and Passenger Heated-Cushion-Driver and Passenger Heated-Seatback, Audio Controls on Steering Wheel, Satellite Communications, Running Boards, Front Reading Lights, Anti-Theft Alarm System, Leather Seat Upholstery, Bucket Front Seats, Split Rear Bench, Fold-Up Cushion Rear Seats, Rear Seats Center Armrest, Tilt-Adjustable Steering Wheel, Heated Steering Wheel, Power Steering, Suspension Class: Regular, Automatic Front Air Conditioning, Dual Front Air Conditioning Zones, Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Highlights:

25,462 miles when picked up, it was a corporate vehicle
Tires: 285/60R20
Under Back Left Seat: 5"H x 7"D x 15"W
Gasoline / 8 Cylinder / 6.4L HEMI
Transmission: 6 Speed Shiftable Automatic
Drive Type: 4 wheel drive - rear

Manuals:

Owner's Manual
User Guide
Uconnect 8.4A/8.4AN Owner's Manual Supplement

Pictures:

Modifications I made:

Added the factory 5th wheel prep package (MOPAR Part 82213980)
- The front left was tight with about 4 inches of room to get the bolts in
- For the back 2, you needed to drop the spare tire
- The back right, you needed to move the heat shield for the spare tire and work with your hands on both sides of the muffler, so don't do this while it is hot...
- The hardest part was cutting the holes in the bed in the right place, the caps have a big enough lip to cover any slop, the measurements in the instructions were off by about an inch. I ended up making a jig with a piece of plywood. I pushed a piece of plywood flush to the side of the bed and marked the center of the hole in the mount on both edges. Then I snapped a line and drilled a hole with the hole saw on the line. I then lined it up over the mount and used the plywood to hold the hole saw in place when I drilled.
- The first image is from the net, but will give you an idea of how the mounts are connected to the chassis. The rest are of the finished prep package in the bed. I have a RAM BOX bed.


Bought a Draw-Tite 30154 Mounting Adapter for Rail Kit to put in my SuperGlide #2700 (15k)
- The first image is from the net, but will give you an idea of the adapter. Image #50 is the adapter im my truck.


Added a 7-Pole Trailer Plug in the bed of the truck.
- The image shows the Hopkins Endurance 5th Wheel/Gooseneck 90-Degree Wiring Harness with 7-Pole Plug I installed in the bed for easier connecting to the 5th wheel.


Bought a Camera System for my 5th wheel camper and installed the monitor in the truck and a camera in the grill
- These images show the connectors between the truck and 5th wheel.

- This image shows the monitor I mounted on the dash by removing the small tray above the radio and using the existing screw holes.

- This image shows the camera that I mounted in the front bumper.

- These images show where I went through the firewall. There is a plastic cover plate with 2 nuts where the clutch would go through. I removed the 2 nuts and the cover comes out through the hood. I then drilled it, ran the cable through, and sealed it with pipe dope.

- These images show the cameras on the 5th wheel.