>mkpart primary 0 13000G
#yum install e4fsprogs
To lay this all out I had to rename the label of the partition to gpt so I could use the larger partitionsize and then I installed support for ext4 and used that as the filesystem. Yes I know I punked out a bit but I am sick of trying to find work arounds for ext3.
You can't mount ext4 in RHEL just yet lol kind of important. I went back and did
#mkfs.ext3 -F /dev/sdd1
and it took the filesystem