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Not sure about the Tacoma area, and I know Spokane is a hell of a driver but worth it Diesel Power Products, never had any work done by them but ordered lots of parts and real easy to work with worth the drive probably if you don't want to tackle the studs on your own.
2006 2500 CCSB 4x4, 4" TBE, Valair single disk, airaid intake, leveled (Traded in)
2012 3500 DRW MCSB, G56, 3.73, a pillar gauges, ride rite firestone bags, amp research power boards, MM, 5" TBE, sinister package under the hood
2011 Ram 2500 Crew Cab Short Bed Big Horn, 6.7L Cummins, Automatic, 4x4, 3.73 Gears, 2" Daystar leveling, 5100 Bilstein shocks, BD ADJ Track Bar, Nitto TG G2 275/65r20 Tires, American Outlaw Buckshot Wheels, Bushwacker Flares, S&B CAI with Scoop, 2013+ TYC Projector Headlights, Isspro Fuel PSI, Boost and EGT Gauges, GDP big line fuel kit, GDP Intake Horn, Katzkin Leather, B&I Interior Trim, PML front and rear pans, Mag Hytec Trans pan and a bunch of other stuff. 1999 Dodge Ram Cummins 240K miles (sold)
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