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JToobe

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It's become my "house brand"! A Sazerac rep told a friend of mine in Altanta that Benchmark is his "enteraining bourbon" the same mashbill as Buffalo Trace....I tried it but strongly preferred Ancient Ancient Age and about the same price IIRC.

 

Bryanseye

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Also of note for Ram, when it says 50 miles to empty, the engine dies at 51 miles. Spot on, good thing I had 24 gallons in the bed.
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Finally, and maybe useful for those needing a 12v constant on powersource. The Ram only had 1 outlet and it was only hot with the key on which was useless for the fridge (like a Toyota). Since I did not have time to wire up something better I stopped by a Walmart in S.Atlanta to see if I could at least get some battery clips and wire up a socket. Turns out they have a cheap light bar wiring harness that has everything you need for switched power. Simply cut the harness, buttsplice a 12v socket, and connect to the battery terminal. I left the switch in the engine bay and zip tied all the slack onto the firewall, but you could do much better with time. All I had was 10 minutes and a leatherman in the parking lot.
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Bryanseye

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The ram I rented had 2 usb ports inside the center console...facing rear
3 usb ports including the 2 you mentioned, a 200w 110v power inverter, and a 12v "cigarette lighter". All dead with the key off, including remote start. Running a fridge has become a major factor now. For this trip I loaded up on sandwiches and drinks and drove down to Daytona Beach back up to Wilmington past all the closed down restaurants and gas stations.
 

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CharlestonG8R

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Hey @CharlestonG8R I'm going to need that bolt back...
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Just kidding. This one is a M12 not a M14 like I gave you. The loose end buggered up the bracket pretty good too. Had to weld in some reinforcement.

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WOW!!! Holes elongated and it looks like the hangar was cracked a bit. MAN! I'm going to have to check the control arms more often. I ordered replacement hardware for the control arm, so I will get this one back to you.
 
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After a 450 mile 7 hour day to pick up an H42 and bellhousing for my 62. Thanks again @AJR . I helped a friend work on his 82 3T-C 5 speed corolla. 1 previous owner. It may be for sale in the future.... FYI
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