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2003 Dodge Ram & A 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD - Readers’ Rides

Clean, Homegrown Trucks

May 28, 2015
Photographers: Readers
Texas Sized
Who: Kenny Ono
What: 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Where: Marshall, Texas
Mods: Cold air intake, throttle-body spacer, dual cat-back exhaust with cherry bomb glass packs, 10-inch Fabtech front suspension lift, 10-inch Pro Comp rear suspension lift, 3-inch body lift, Mickey Thompson Baja Claw tires, halo headlights, smoked taillights, chrome billet grille. Future upgrades: Edelbrock Torker 2 camshaft with roller lifters, twin turbo, Hedman shorty headers with custom dual 4-inch exhaust system, prerunner fiberglass front clip and bedsides by Fiberwerx, chrome rollbar in bed with KC lights, chrome bull bar up front with KC lights, shaved handles, Pioneer sound system with custom fiberglass sub enclosure with two 12-inch and two 10-inch subs from Memphis Audio
Photo 2/3   |   2004 Chevy Silverado 2500hd
Flamed-up Ram
Who: Daniel Trenary
What: 2003 Dodge Ram
Where: Franklin, Tennessee
Mods: Custom McGaughys drop kit including front spindles and springs; drop shackles and de-arched leaf springs in the rear; ’08 front end conversion; custom painted headlights with HID and LED halo retrofit; LED foglights; color-matched LED taillights; 3-D silver ghost flames with custom Demon airbrushed on tailgate done by Street Dream Creations out of Dayton, Texas; shaved grille, antenna, and tailgate; roll pan; Alpine components in the doors; two Kicker 12-inch subs in a fiberglass box under the back seat all fed from a Pioneer head unit, 20-inch Mb Motoring Vapor wheels and 275/40/20 tires
Photo 3/3   |   2003 Dodge Ram
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