Truck is fine, tires are wearing down though. Can't be the Hemi, no...
I still need to get that seat belt fixed though. And as for the steering wheel gap, the guy at the dealership said it couldn't be adjusted, and another guy with a 100% identical truck said his was exactly the same. Ah well.
Yeah, the Ram is still doing well, there are a couple issues I want to have checked out at the dealer, one being that the passenger seat belt almost always catches and won't come out, so people have to ride in that seat unbuckled (it's a good thing people rarely ride with me), and the other issue being that the steering wheel needs to move about an inch to the right. It's blocking the gauges on the right side, and it's making me almost have to sit at an angle. Very annoying. Other than that, it's just fine.
Well, I've had the truck for about a month, and the only complaint I have is the gas mileage, but I'm happy with the fact that I can still go for a week on a tank of gas. I think it suits me a lot better than the Grand Am I was driving.
Ok, I took a quick picture of the truck from the side, definitely looks better than those dealer pics.
The truck is a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab SLT 4x4, with the 5.7 liter Hemi engine, and 5-speed automatic transmission. It is the Deep Molten Red color, though I guess maroon or burgundy is close enough. I bought it with approximately 20,000 miles, for a pretty decent price.
Changes? I know I'm going to remove the bedliner before it destroys the paint, and look into getting it Rhino-lined or something similar. And I might see about a cold air intake, though at this point, I think it still has some warranty left. Might have to hold off on the modifications.
That's all for now. Until I get some pics taken, here are the dealer advertisement pics to look at.