Subscribe to the Free
Newsletter
  • |
  • |
  • 2014 Ram 3500 Mega Cab: Project Mega Limitless RBP SEMA Truck

2014 Ram 3500 Mega Cab: Project Mega Limitless RBP SEMA Truck

Project Mega Limitless

Eddie Maloney
Feb 23, 2017
Photographers: Eddie Maloney, Glenn Elliott
Introducing Blaine Hann, a 26-year-old Canadian who loves anything trucks! Born and raised in Stephenville, Newfoundland, Canada, where much of his family still calls home, he moved to Alberta after graduating high school to start his career in Fort McMurray as a heavy equipment operator in the oil sands industry. Working with Suncor Energy allows Blaine to operate the world’s biggest dump trucks and graders alongside other equipment giants—perfect for a truck guy, isn’t it? A few hobbies of his, other than building trucks, of course, include the typical Canadian sports like golfing, hockey, and shredding up the mountainside in the deep powder of BC on a snowmobile.
Photo 2/31   |   Project Mega Limitless Rear
Blaine has always had a “thing” for big Ram trucks. The lifted truck scene in North America has grown tremendously in the past decade, slowly becoming one of the most popular genres at large gatherings such as the SEMA Show. Following the scene closely and knowing he wanted to be part of it, Blaine set out to find a truck he could build in January 2014. He found his Ram 3500 Mega Cab Limited sitting at Derrick Dodge in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Following several dozen builds across social media, he began to gather ideas from others in the “big truck” community. That’s where he came across Cris Payne of the Truck Gurus. Cris put Blaine in touch with all the right people and alas, Project Limitless started to become a reality. After a very long two-year build process, Blaine’s truck went from bone-stock to an 8-inch-lifted head turner.
Photo 3/31   |   Project Mega Limitless Susp
Photo 4/31   |   Project Mega Limitless
As the build progressed, Blaine began to attract more attention from fans and potential sponsors. He slowly grew his social media fan base into the thousands and turned heads everywhere he went. As Blaine’s truck was in its finals stages of the build process, he received yet more amazing news—news any truck enthusiast would want to hear. That’s right, Blaine’s Ram was heading to the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. To anyone in the automotive industry, having a featured vehicle at SEMA means you have reached the pinnacle. Although he was super excited for SEMA, there was still a mad rush to finish the truck. Blaine said all the blood, sweat, and tears were worth every moment. Although he loves everything about his Ram, he particularly likes the look of the Bodyguard bumpers and the flake design painted on the chassis and axles. It was a long build, but Blaine states he learned to have patience because he knew the result would be worth it. More than 120,000 people got to see Blaine’s truck in Las Vegas, and he is truly thankful for everyone who helped and encouraged him along the way. Blaine’s future goal? To create a new build every single year!
Photo 5/31   |   Project Mega Limitless Interior Steering
Photo 6/31   |   Project Mega Limitless Interior

SpecSheet

Year/Make/Model: ’14 Ram 3500 Limited
Owner: Blaine Hann
Hometown: Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
Odometer: 55,000 kilometers (that’s 34,175 miles)
Engine: 6.7L Cummins I-6
Engine Management: Bully Dog tuner
Transmission: Aisin AS69RC six-speed automatic
Exhaust: 5-inch Flo-Pro
Suspension: 8-inch McGaughys with Dirt Logic shocks, 3-inch body lift
Body/Exterior: Bodyguard A2L front and rear bumpers with four Monster Hooks swivel hooks, Bushwacker fender flares, Cargo Glide slides, UnderCover swing cases, UnderCover Elite LX tonneau cover, HornBlasters “nightmare kit,” R1 Concepts brakes, custom-painted frame and axles, Ram Air Hood by Fibertec Performance, RBP NDX Grille
Lighting: Speed Demon Lights (bumpers have two 30-inch white lightbars, four black ops cubes, and two black ops flush mounts), custom headlights from Retro Shop, C4 underglow lights
Interior: Roadwire leather, ECD Customs Universal Wrap sheets, SPOD dash switches, JL Audio subs and amps
Wheels: 22x14 RBP Glocks
Tires: 40x14.5R22 Interco SS-M16
Special Thanks: Cris Payne at Truck Gurus for making this dream happen, Rolling Big Power (RBP) for putting the Ram in its 2016 SEMA Builder Showcase, Fabtech Motorsports, Roadwire Leather Interiors, Speed Demon Lights, InfiniteRule Security Locks, Interco Tires, Monster Hooks, HornBlasters, Scrubblade, McGaughys, JL Audio, Bodyguard Bumpers, Retro Shop, SPOD, Power Collision Center, ECD Customs, Bushwacker, R1 Concepts, Cargo Glide, UnderCover Truck Lids, and C4 Off-Road Products.

POPULAR TRUCKS

Subscribe Today and Save up to 83%!

Subscribe Truck Trend Magazine

Subscribe to:

Truck Trend
Magazine

PRINT DIGITAL
Subscribe Diesel Power Magazine

Subscribe to:

Diesel Power
Magazine

PRINT DIGITAL
Subscribe Truckin Magazine

Subscribe to:

Truckin
Magazine

PRINT DIGITAL
SUBSCRIBE TO A MAGAZINE
CLOSE X
BUYER'S GUIDE
SEE THE ALL NEW
NEWS, REVIEWS & SPECS
TO TOP