The rear features a smoothed out roll pan and tailgate combo complete with a molded in HiTech single LED strip. Having problems locating it? Well, don't expect to find it without having someone step on the brake pedal because it has been stealthily stashed behind the DuPont Tangerine Metallic paint.
With a peek into the bed, one will quickly realize that it isn't really a bed at all but rather an elaborate display housing for a custom four-link setup and lots of custom painted and chromed goodness. Mad Mods can be held accountable for orchestrating the suspension symphony, which also includes musical notes provided by the inflation and deflation of Slam Specialties 'bags. A set of 20x8-inch Boyd Impact wheels and Nitto NT555 225/35R20 rubber tuck snugly into the fender space to create an impressive presentation as the Ranger's body collapses down around the rolling combination.
When all has been said and done, the long years Jason spent relocating his truck to and from shops across state lines was prelude to its recent grand unveiling and welcomed reception. The judges at SlamFest '08, the Ranger's first ever public viewing, awarded the truck with the Best of Show award in the mini-truck category. Not bad for a show scene rookie. Apparently its ten-year garage sentence seasoned the truck just right.