Hans-Christian's Ram 
1500 4X4 in Germany!
1996 1500 CC SB with a 5.9L V8 and Light Driftwood paint


14 Jun 2004 - A few pics of my Truck with the New 38x15,5x17 Super Swamper SSR's and 17x10 bling wheels from AM racing polished ATLAS. 9" of lift coming from 7" Skyjacker Coils in an 5"system and 2" bodylift. Many other internal changes are not listed. Still a great Truck to own and even more a headturner in econazi infested Germany ;-)).

 John, the newest addition to the Gerlach family, was born on Sep. 24, 2002.  Check that red Ram plush toy in the upper right corner of John's photo!    To the right: Every wedding photo should have a Ram in it!!

Just Married in 2002!
Photos taken in 2002.

7" of lift and stainless steel accessories Dual RS900 shocks, click for full size photo

2002 additions include a 2" Perf.Acc. Body Lift, Front dual Rancho RS 9000's, DT Trackbar, a second Steering stabilizer (Rancho), Mopar PCM, the MSD 6A Ignition, K&N Gen II Filtercharger, K&N stainless 3" Exhaust system (JBA Evol), Remote Keyless entry Alarm by Frigette, Westin CPS stainless BullBar
side view, click for 765x535 image Wood grain dashboard 3/4 view, click for 765x535 image

I bought my beloved Truck in 1999 in "Motown" Detroit at Colonial Dodge when we visited the annual Motorshow. It was in stock condition, and 3 years old with 31k miles on the odo. I exported the Truck to Germany myself.

My Truck grew up in Summer 2000 by a Skyjacker 5" Standard System with new rear springs and "Nitro" Shocks, American Racing 15x10" "polished Atlas" Wheels with BF Goodrich 35x12,5x15" TA All Terrains KO. I bought the Parts at 4 Wheel Parts Wholesalers, Compton CA. (greetings to Ray Sanchez) and exported them to Germany.

The Exterior is beautified by Stainless Rocker Panels from Exotic Woodtrim CO. (greetings to Mike) needless to say that I exported them myself. The Rocker Panels cooperate with Stainless Fender Trim of TFP (bought at Mumblys Off Road, Detroit). The Interior is dressed up by a Burlwood Dash of Q&I and Countrymusic comes from an Alpine 6 CD-Changer cooperating with the stock Infinity Sound System. There's an colour matched"Hawk" Topper and an "All Star" bedliner.

All the Installations are done by myself.

close photo of front lift
Some 4X4 action!  Would have sent rock crawling photos of my Ram
but there's no backcountry to legaly crawl on in Germany.

Hans-Christian Gerlach      Dodgeramhamburg[at]aol.com    Hamburg, Germany.

Think fuel is expensive here in the US?   Try $ 3.27 per gallon in Germany...

  Photo of another German Ram sent by Hans-Christian   Another German Ram

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14 Jun 2004   AnnetteTudsen[a]aol.com