In love with his desert toy, Travis was content until he saw Truckin' issue No. 11 of '06, where Justin Veit painted his '05 Super Duty to match his '03 Tatum Spyder. After that, it was a race to find eternal life from custom-toy bliss. A quick trip to the Dodge dealership had a new '06 Dodge Mega Cab diesel delivered to The Custom Truck Shop, in Las Vegas, where Travis and his team began to tear it down and to rebuild it. Starting with the suspension, The Custom Truck Shop team removed the factory setup and added several Full Throttle Suspension pieces to create 10 inches of elevation. Three-inch King Off-Road coilovers smooth out the Nevada desert and dual, 2-inch King steering stabilizers make commanding the Mega Cab much easier. Out back, the crew at The Custom Truck Shop used 10-inch Deaver springs and a custom airbag bracket to raise the Dodge. Large, 1-3/4-inch traction bars helped to stabilize the rearend, and again, King Off-Road shocks were used. Hy-Tech Prototype differential covers provided better cooling and better looks, as did the red powdercoating on each of the suspension components. Filling the new fender gap are 40-inch Toyo tires with forged, one-piece 22x12-inch Weld Velociti 6 chrome wheels.