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2004 Dodge Ram 2500 body / paint problems

body / paint problem

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2004 Dodge Ram 2500 Owner Comments

problem #1

Oct 012007

Ram 2500 Diesel

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2004 Dodge Ram front bumper was loose. Customer states he towed the vehicle to California and back before noticing the bumper. He was thankful the bumper didn't detach while towing the truck. The consumer wanted to tow the vehicle behind his motorhome. The consumer purchased a 10,000 pound blue ox tow bar and the recommended blue ox truck attachment bar to go with the specific tow bar. The consumer noticed the bumper assembly was only attached to the frame with four 7/16 bolts. The bolts were the only thing that held the assembly to the frame with only 1/8 or less metal slotted brackets. The jarring movement of the towing had allowed movement of the brackets at the point of contact with the frame.

- Fulton, IL, USA

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