No need for sirens blasting or lights flashing, when you see this big, red real-fire-flamed Chevy in your rearview, it's a good enough reason to pull over to the side. Once he does drive by, you may be surprised to see a 17-year-old teenager in command of the 2500HD. Aspiring firefighter, Ryan Brewart of Upland, California, loves the thought of saving lives, helping people, and putting his fear aside to perform his duties. Is there a better theme for building a truck than a fire engine? One look at this red monster and you have little doubt it's Ryan's passion.
Starting with a brand-new '07 Chevy, Ryan began the buildup process by delivering the truck to Accessory House, in Montclair, California, for a host of modifications. While at the Accessory House, the guys bolted on a 6-inch CST suspension lift to aid Ryan in any off-road adventures he may find himself in. Dual chrome King Off-Road bypass shocks were bolted onto each corner for a performance ride, while 35-inch Toyo M/T tires were wrapped around 20-inch KMC Hoss chrome wheels. To help him get in and out of the truck, AMP Research retractable boards were installed.
When getting to an emergency, time is of the essence and Ryan can get anywhere in a hurry, thanks to his 6.6L Duramax diesel equipped with a RBP custom stage 2 chip and RPB 6-inch turbo-back exhaust. Keeping the Allison transmission and rearend nice and cool are Mag-Hytec aluminum covers. Accessory House took care of the performance mods, as well. Ryan's truck was coming along nicely, but just plain red wasn't quite enough to make his truck really stand out. One Xtreme and Santana's Auto Shop had just what he needed.