Divine One Customs in Las Vegas, Nevada, handled the smoked lights as well as the tedious buffing of the DuPont black paint that was sprayed over the smoothed exterior plastics and the SnugTop SL tonneau. Inside, Divine One mounted a Clarion DVD/navigation head unit in the factory location and used Kicker components throughout. Providing the ear-shattering tunes are four sets of 6.5-inch speakers in the doors and kick panels. Loving the sound of bass, and lots of it, Divine One installed four 10-inch Kicker L7 subs mounted under the rear seats in a compact, color-matched enclosure. Four big Kicker amps were mounted on a tube rack inside the bed and provide plenty of juice for the Kicker speakers. Yellow-top Optima batteries were used throughout to keep all the audio gear pumping. Speaking of color-matched, Divine One sprayed several interior trim pieces dragon fire red and stitched black suede centers into the seats with red thread. The black suede headliner received a similar treatment. The final touch was a set of Luxer 1 LED interior lights that are brighter and whiter than the factory lights.
We shot this HD at the 2008 SEMA show, and like most SEMA builds it has an interesting story: Cody drove the totally stock truck from Oklahoma to Las Vegas to begin the transformation in August of '08. Working with Misha Munoz at Divine One on the paint and interior, Cody got to spend some hands-on time with the truck before driving to B&C Offroad, in Texas for the lift installation. Then, Cody drove the truck back to Vegas where the crew at Divine One prepped it for the show, a last-minute ordeal as most SEMA builds go. With all the miles he's put on the truck, Cody is thankful so many talented people have lent their skills to the build. Aside from those already mentioned, Cody wanted to thank: Optima, Omega Products, Amsoil, DZ Graphics, the Russel family at B&C Offroad, Josh Bray for his dedication, and Jim at Pro Motorsports for their help with transport.