Tim's Dodge Ram Truck Page

My latest project, an electric all terrain ride-on for my two daughters to enjoy. Of course it has pay homage to Dodge so it will resemble an old Flat Fender Power Wagon as much as possible. Here is


Small Child's Electric Power Wagon Ride-On




My 2003 3500 4x4 Dodge Ram Truck



Welcome to my site! This is my 2003 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 SLT Sport, Short Bed, Cummins Turbo Diesel truck! It has a 4 speed automatic (48RE), Side Air Bags, Electronic Shift On the Fly, and 4.10 gears. It was purchased in May of 2003, and it has been virtually flawless so far.

As pictured above I have added the following:

       Steelhorse MAAP Challenger Tube Steps – Stainless

       Bushwacker Pocket Cut Out Flares (Required moving Cummins logo, I think it looks better on top of the fender where it is more prominent anyway!)

       Line-X bedliner.

       Weathertech Weatherflectors

       Husky Floor Liners, Front and Rear

       Custom Floor Console (Passenger Side View, Driver’s View, Driver’s Profile and Bracketry, and Interior View). I have the luxury of having an automatic and the electronically switched transfer case so I built a custom floor console for some added space for add ons. The main housing is done but electrical connection, amp installation and a few details are remaining but they are internal. The base of thing will hold a large six channel A/D/S P650 amp, the console was sized just enough to house the amp at the base. I’ve spent some time on this thing and I think it turned out well. It is wrapped in a self adhesive vinyl that makes it look really clean and similar to factory in appearance. The interior is set up with a rack mount system similar to rack mount computer systems for mounting components. The profile shot shows the custom brackets I made from 1/8” plate steel that mount to the existing seat brackets using the existing seat bolts for a clean no drill installation and removal. (Please ignore the crappy welds as I just bought a small MIG welder and these are my first attempts at welding.)

So far I’ve mounted a Uniden BC780XLT scanner, the 7 day timer for my Espar coolant heater, and an aircraft grade digital altimeter. Not shown is the 20 position custom fuse panel I built to handle all accessories. This is mounted underneath the dash near the stock wiring harness using stock screws already present.

       Buckstop front and rear Heavy Duty bumpers.

       Clear Clearance Lights with Amber LED bulbs.

       Mastercraft Courser C/T 35”x12.50R17 tires.




Thanks for visiting my site and have a great day!

Tim Brennan

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Last revised: August 06, 2000.