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Old 02-18-2010, 07:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2010 Power Wagon WARN Winch bolt-on upgrade

The Power Wagons have the nice internally-mounted Warn Winch. One would think that these would have a standard MOPAR Part #, and that the special winch bracket, wiring, and controls (which bolts to a standard 2500 model) would work as a "kit" for ANY 2500 or 3500 series truck.


Has this been done on the GEN III trucks, and can it be done on the 2010+ trucks?



I'm interested to know, this will be one of my first 'exploratory' mods.
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Old 02-18-2010, 08:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't think it'll will work, one of the reasons Dodge has given for not releasing the Power Wagon with a Cummins is that the Intercooler interferes with the mounting of the winch.

But if you get creative, you might be able to get it to work.
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i dont think it will fit up in there either....not enough room
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BOY...that would sure make for a nice option from Mopar for the 6.7s
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I woulda thought the winch sat well below the intercooler.
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Another reason the PW can't be had with a cummins is the factory locker in the front end combined with the weight of the cummins would be a powertrain waranty's worst nightmare.
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I don't think it'll will work, one of the reasons Dodge has given for not releasing the Power Wagon with a Cummins is that the Intercooler interferes with the mounting of the winch.

But if you get creative, you might be able to get it to work.
I have read this in more than one place. Like he said though, if you get creative, you could make it work.
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Just what these trucks need, another 100+lb's up front!!! Would be neat though.
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I took a look at the new Dodge and it looks like the bottom of the intercooler sits behind the front bumper.
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Old 02-19-2010, 07:00 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Can be done!! There is a guy on here that did it on a 07.5 Mega 6.7L 3500 SRW. I believe he slid the bumper forward 2"s. He said he had to notch the brackets hardcore to get the bumper so slide forward far enough and he notched the bumper itself to make room for his custom mounting set up. I'll see if I can find it. It looked like a pretty clean install. The bumper did stand out slid forward 2".
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