Boyd Coddington supplied the 20x10-inch forged wheels with beadlocks, which were wrapped in Michelin 15.5/80R20 XL tires. With that kind of rubber on all four corners, there was no room in the wheelwells. So, Hanneman supplied its fiberglass fenders, bed sides, and hood to help that situation. Custom aluminum inner fenderwells were fabricated at Fabtech for a cleaner presentation. Elsewhere inside the engine bay, Gale Banks Engineering unloaded a truckload of product at Fabtech's shop and virtually everything ended up being used. Fabtech built a front guard for the truck, then added PIAA auxiliary lights. Behind the guard, a new billet grille from Precision really adds some visual pop. The bed received a spray-in liner from Rhino Manufacturing, but it left the custom Fuel Safe fuel cell uncovered.

With all the flash on the outside of the truck, the Fabtech crew didn't forget the interior. Joe's Upholstery did the custom upholstery and used Gemico's interior dash and trim. Al & Ed's installed the audio and visual aids, while Vivo handled the MTX audio system. The lasting impression this truck leaves on people is certainly aided by the bold graphic design, from Jerry Lathrop Design, as well as from paint artist Craig Haynie, who used House of Kolor paints).