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Overland Expedition Ram 2500 Cummins Build by KevinsOffroad.com

This is a quick video walkaround of our new Overland Expedition Rig project...a 1994 Cummins Standard Cab 4x4 with a Knapheide service body, and a Fleetwood pop-up camper, designed to take us down through Central and South America.

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Will an Aftermarket JKS Track Bar Fit My Stock-height Rig? Q&A with Kevin

Question: "Some track bars say that they will only fit Jeeps with 1" or more of lift...why is that?"

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Dodge Ram Overland Rig - The Battering Ram - Dodge Ram Overlanding (Video)

Overland 4x4 Dodge Ram - Can you build an Overlanding Rig out of a Dodge Ram? Yes...and we've proven it! Check out our rendition of the 4x4 version of "Camper Special" that we turned this Cummins-powered Dodge Ram 2500 into...

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Overland Trip: Cave Creek to Verde River to Dugas, Arizona (Video)

Overland Trip: Cave Creek to Verde River to Dugas, Arizona (Video) [caption id="attachment_16674" align="alignright" width="290"] Beautiful area to overland, particularly in the spring when flowers are blooming![/caption] Had an awesome trip exploring the area North and East of Phoenix with some friends! This was the Dodge Ram Overland Rig's first time out in a rocky trail type of scenario, and I've got to say, it did surprisingly well, even with the factory springs and the 35" tires we were able to fit after a bit of trimming. The extra width of the full-size truck, and the pop-up camper that sticks several...

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Cures and Fixes for Death Wobble

This page is not being updated any longer. For up to date Death Wobble fix, click here: Death Wobble Fix and Cures *************************************************************************** WARNING: The Links below are broken. Please click here instead: Death Wobble Fix and Cures As you have already found out, Death Wobble, the horrible front end vibration that starts when one wheel (usually the right) hits a bump around 40~50mph, is the worst possible downside to having a coil-sprung vehicle with a track bar setup. Vehicles affected by this design are the Jeep Cherokee XJ, the Grand Cherokee ZJ and WJ, Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, and...

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