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Old 04-09-2010
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It would woulden't it. I have found line locks for the 1500 Ram but would it work with the 3500.
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Originally Posted by gumper View Post
Was going to with my old 12V. I used to put it in 4wd, hold the clutch in, raise it up to 2500 rpm, dump the pedal, and hang on while banging those long gears. Of course a $1000 clutch helps out a lot. Always 4wd for manuals or autos.
Boosted launches for me! Just takes a little to get good at working all 3 pedals and regulating your RPM and boost.
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