Bolting on a huge 5-inch exhaust from MBRP, the turbo diesel was already breathing easier, but as we all do, Justin wanted more, so on went an S&B Filters cool-air intake, complete with custom acrylic lid featuring the Truckin' logo. Keeping tabs on the engine and providing more go-juice, a Bully Dog Triple Dog Gauge Tuner was wired up and placed inside the truck. Now Justin can change his power levels on the fly and get instant engine feedback on his Gauge Tuner's display. Keeping the rearend cool and running smoothly, a Mag-Hytec aluminum differential cover was bolted on and filled with Royal Purple 75W-90 gear oil. Power is fun, but comfort is the key to long hauls and this dualie is the ideal road trip chariot.

Inside the cabin, Bell Auto Upholstery in Phoenix, wrapped the seats in black leather with grey suede inserts, covered the headliner in black suede, and wrapped the A-, B-, and C-pillars in matching black suede. Painted dash plastics add some contrast to the dark interior and finely striped outlines on the plastics can be found in orange. Cardenal Car Stereo in Glendale, Arizona, filled the interior with an ear-pounding audio system using Polk Audio components. Each door is equipped with 6 1/2-inch Polk component speakers while a factory-looking box under the rear seat houses two 12-inch Polk MM-series shallow-mount subs. Powering all of the Polk speakers are two Polk amps and controlling all of the audio mayhem is a Kenwood DVD head unit. Having two active sons, Justin knew a TV was a must and Cardenal obliged him by adding a 17-inch drop down screen in the headliner. Loving the truck, Justin took the next step in custom and delivered the Chevy to Lucky Luciano, of Lucky Luciano Customs, in Phoenix.